By Sven O. Krumke
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Prediction 4. After gaining an understanding of why behaviors occur as they do, a scientist interested in applying this knowledge would be interested in what goal of science? a. control b. description c. explanation d. prediction 5. Researchers test the strength of a theory by seeing at what point it breaks down. This activity relates to a. control. b. explanation. c. falsifiability. d. proof. 6. If a person drew a conclusion about some topic based on opinion and prior beliefs, a researcher would claim that such a conclusion was not scientific because it was not a.
Chapter 1 • Psychology, Science, and Life Science and Pseudoscience Various people believe in phenomena that scientists reject as being invalid. For instance, many patients and some medical practitioners believe that homeopathic medicine is effective in treating physical illness. According to mainstream medical workers, homeopathy is not effective and is not even scientifically based. Homeopathic medicines contain ingredients that have been so diluted that a dose may not even have a single molecule of the substance associated with a supposed cure.
The Interaction of Science and Culture Public—Scientists make their research public, typically by making presentations at conferences or by publishing their work in journal articles or books. Peer review—A process in which researchers submit their research for publication in a journal or presentation at a conference to other experts in the field who evaluate the research. Many people undoubtedly think of science as happening in laboratories remote from the lives of real people. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
Der A*-Algorithmus [Lecture notes] by Sven O. Krumke