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Person-Centered Studies in Psychology of Science : Examining the Active Person, Paperback / softback Book

Person-Centered Studies in Psychology of Science : Examining the Active Person Paperback / softback

Edited by Lisa M. Osbeck, Stephen L. Antczak

Paperback / softback


Uses an integrative approach, examining the personal, social, and cognitive dimensions of science practice.

Features engaging Case Studies across sciences and time periods for reflection and discussion Largely written by students for students, with description of each author's personal connection to the scientist examined and discussion questions following each case study. Invites discussion of questions such as "What is a scientist?" "What is science?" "What does it mean to do science, and when is one doing it?"Offers scholarly commentary on the value of case studies for psychology of science (and psychology more broadly)Includes a chapter of commentary from an authority on case study method and the philosophical foundations of psychology.

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