Psychological Science: To Conserve Or Create?

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Response or Comment

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American Psychologist


Responds to commentaries from W. W. Tryon, D. J. Kruger, B. D. Haig, E. A. Locke, T. Teo and A. R. Febbraro, T. L. Holdstock, J. I. Krueger, S. G. Hofmann, and H. Friedman (see records 2002-13736-017, -018, -019, -020, -021, -022, -023, -024, and -025, respectively) on the author's article (see record 2001-18772-003) that discussed the merits and criticisms of postmodernism in psychology. The author focuses on three issues of substantive significance--the culture of psychological science, nihilism or enrichment, and the uses of history--in responding to the commentaries. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved)

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