Setting an example of research excellence: Humility

As a chartered psychologist and academic, I am sometimes asked to comment on various aspects of the mind and behavior.  In order to do so in the most helpful – and ideally unbiased – way, I rely greatly on research.  I read widely, I consider opposing views, I also collate and analyse my own primary data when I can in general, and certainly for writing papers. Before making claims I tend to use the prefix “Research suggests...”, and when writing my own “methodology section” for a paper, will always attribute word count to a discussion of reliability, validity and generalizability.  In my cases (which are often indeed cases) the qualitative data is rich and interesting, but it comes from limi

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