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Psych 2300: Chapters 1-5 Study Guide

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Study Guide for 1st Exam: Chapter 1: Science & Psychology -scientific methodology -claims evaluated rigorously -producers and consumers -trusting claims -psychologists are empiricists -theo...
Research Methods In Psychology
Emanuele Rizzi
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