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In this article, the Biblical metaphor of “dry bones” becomes a springboard for exploring external and internal threats to the practice of a social justice-oriented psychology. The concept of the Hebrew term for healing of the world, is defined as a core notion informing social...
The scientist–practitioner model assumes a commensurability between science and practice that often is absent in academic and practice settings. One approach to concept of paradigm involves communities of social discourse, and within this approach, science and practice may be incommensurable....
Psychology can trace its origins from philosophy, through experiential introspection and behaviorism, to a major branch in the evolution of the discipline called practice. This article presents a history of practice, with emphasis on major events that altered the direction and focus of practice....
Increased global communication and changing national priorities have accelerated American and European psychologists’ search for ways to improve their science by adapting ideas from non-Western societies. At the same time, psychologists in Asia, Africa, and Latin America are debating how to...
Nature and nurture do not operate independently of each other, and, to an important degree, genetic effects on behavior come about because they either influence the extent to which the individual is likely to be exposed to individual differences in environmental risk or they affect how...
Drawing on both evolutionary and ontogenetic perspectives, the basic biological–genetic and social–cultural architecture of human development is outlined. Three principles are involved. First, evolutionary selection pressure predicts a negative age correlation, and, therefore, genome-based...
Some offenders are at very high risk to reoffend. Research conducted at the author's institution and elsewhere shows that psychopathic offenders are especially likely to be violent, that future violence can be predicted with considerable accuracy among men who have committed at least 1 violent...
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