The PC police running amok

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BoogieMonster (November 02, 2017, 14:22:55 PM):
To the interested reader, I highly recommend Richard Wiseman’s books. He typically pulls no punches when criticising the deficiencies in his own field.

Thanks for the input mefi... I'll be checking them books out. :)
Mefiante (November 02, 2017, 15:49:22 PM):
Hmm, on rereading my earlier post, it strikes me that I may have created the impression that Wiseman spends a good part of his time discussing the shortcomings in psychology and its studies. That’s not the case at all. Mostly, he writes about experiments, usually his own, and what they signify or imply. Every so often, he spends a page or two gently critiquing other psychological studies, hypotheses and theories. These are the moments to which I was referring.

'Luthon64
BoogieMonster (November 03, 2017, 14:46:20 PM):
Some more.

Mefi: Yeah but as mentioned I do for some reason find the subject interesting so it should be a good read nonetheless.
brianvds (November 03, 2017, 17:27:13 PM):
Some more.

Mefi: Yeah but as mentioned I do for some reason find the subject interesting so it should be a good read nonetheless.

Soon everyone can be a black lesbian in a wheelchair. :-)
Spike (November 06, 2017, 12:59:45 PM):
Holy crap :o - that article reads like a belated April fool's joke!

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