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Conducting Experiments in Psychology Measuring the Weight of Smoke. s e c o n d e d i t i o n. Brett W. Pelham Hart Blanton Presentation prepared by Alan Swinkels. Chapter 1. How Do We Know?. A Brief History of Human Knowledge. Metaphysical Systems Philosophy

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conducting experiments in psychology measuring the weight of smoke

Conducting Experiments in PsychologyMeasuring the Weight of Smoke

s e c o n d e d i t i o n

Brett W. Pelham

Hart Blanton

Presentation prepared by Alan Swinkels

chapter 1

Chapter 1

How Do We Know?

a brief history of human knowledge
A Brief History of Human Knowledge
  • Metaphysical Systems
  • Philosophy
  • Physiology and the Physical Sciences
  • Experimental Psychology
the four canons of science
The Four Canons of Science
  • Determinism
  • Empiricism
  • Parsimony
  • Testability
four ways of knowing about the world
Four Ways of Knowing About the World
  • Intuitions
  • Logic
  • Reliance on Authority
  • Empirical Observation
key terms from chapter 1
Metaphysical explanations

Animism

Mythology and religious explanations

Astrology

Positivism

Canons

Experimental method

Determinism

Theories

Empiricism

Parsimony

Testability

Falsifiability

Operational definitions

Key Terms from Chapter 1