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  • 27 Jan 2021
    Richard S. Marken

    The Study of Living Control Systems: A Guide to Doing Research on Purpose

    How should we go about trying to understand the behavior of people and other living organisms? One way is to look for its causes. This is the approach taken by most scientific psychologists and is the one taught in most courses on research methods in psychology. Using this approach, the causes of behavior are inferred […]

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  • 19 Mar 2019
    Stephen Gibson

    Beyond Obedience?

    Look in any social psychology textbook and you’ll see that obedience is defined as a form of social influence elicited in response to direct orders. New research on the most (in)famous studies of obedience has begun to challenge this definition. obedience refers to a more diffuse process of subordination to authority through which we come […]

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