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Most programs designed to increase the adoption of energy-conserving technologies have relied on large-scale information campaigns. These efforts are often based implicitly on two vague theories of conservation behavior: the attitude-change model and the rational-economic model. Although these...
This article explores the diverse ways in which psychologists can contribute to debates on foreign policy issues. I distinguish three forms that such contributions can take: (a) Psychologists as experts on social judgment and decision-making processes can help to identify and perhaps reduce...
Five cultural practices have eroded the contingencies of reinforcement under which the human species evolved by promoting the pleasing effects of the consequences of behavior at the expense of the strengthening effects. These practices are (a) alienating workers from the consequences of their...
The specialty of counseling psychology has come under scrutiny as a result of recent preoccupation with licensing, credentialing, and third-party payments. A lack of clarity concerning the nature of the specialization appears to be shared by psychology in general, counseling psychology in...
The placebo construct in psychotherapy research consists largely of terms, concepts, and research methods that have been derived from precedents in chemotherapy research. Recent controversies have focused on the adequacy of the placebo construct in psychotherapy research; however, these...
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