Human and Natural Sciences - So how do we know? TOK website ...
Psychology as a Natural Science A branch of science that deals with the natural world Psychology as a Natural Science A branch of science that deals with the natural world Human? Natural? Both?
What is Science? Relevant WoKs
Reason Sense perception Science and non-science
This is the same for the boundaries between natural and human sciences Scientific method... control freaks
Robert Boyle In a typical experiment, Boyle would note the place in which the experiment was carried out, the wind characteristics, the position of the Sun and Moon, and the barometer
reading, all just in case they proved to be relevant. Knowledge Framework Scope and applications HUGE impact on society and culture but
this works the other way too. Science has a funny habit of finding evidence to support societys prejudices. Concepts and language
Many shared concepts and language in natural science (e.g. reductionism, empiricism etc). Each science has its own, often quite intimidating, terminology as well. E.g Neural correlates, neural instantiations, cortical localisations all = bits of the brain
Methodology Historical development The graduate students [in his lab] were made to swallow a stomach tube in the morning and keep it in place throughout the day. Apparently, many of them vomited at first , before they gradually got used to it. In between their
lectures and other activities they would report to the lab where hot water would be poured down the tube, and the subjects would introspect on the sensations they were experiencing. The process would be repeated with iced water. Lets try some introspection ourselves
Compare this to todays natural psychology Science in the past... Much less rigorous standards than today
Henry Hoffman, MD, Jack Kolenda MD, Rohan R Walvekar MD. R . Walvekar MD "Today it is hard to believe, but in early- and mid-Victorian Britain. it was possible to walk into a chemist's shop and buy without prescription ....
Confirmation Brief Examples. After analyzing the most recent CPFT results, an athletic officer may have a dialogue with her TAC in which she identifies three cadets who are deficient or at-risk in push-ups and describes in general terms a push-up...
Tune TempDB for Best Performance. Creating multiple data files of the same size, one for each available CPU core on the SQL machine, for the TempDb, makes it possible to spread I/O contention across multiple files.
Put the plan in writing in theCSIP. Three ways to improve studentlearning: simultaneously. 1. Increase the level of knowledge and skills that theteacher ... Switch partners (or triplets) and repeat, until all strategies have beendiscussed. 19. Instructional StrategyResources. MarzanoResearch ...
Humanism became a popular psychological approach during the second half of the 20th century. ... He based this theory on observing clients rather than on experimentation. Basic needs (physiological) must be fulfilled before higher-order needs become important.
The most popular sports are cycling, gym and swimming. People have busy lifestyles with high levels of employment. Transport is an issue, which can add to elevated levels of rural and social isolation.
Difference of working with politician versus actors - cerebral versus feelings and emotions. Working with politicians is entirely different. It's only entirely different in how I am and how I get to the place I need to go, but I...
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