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R. (2000). Feminist approaches to social science: Epistemological and
methodological tenets. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28,
Dar, R., Serlin, R. C., & Omer, H. (1994). Misuse of statistical tests in three decades of psychotherapy research. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62, 75-82.
Frick, R.W. (1996). The appropriate use of the null hypothesis testing. Psychological Methods, 1, 379-390.
Jones, J. M., & Safrit, R. D. (1994, April). Developing critical thinking skills in adult learners through innovative distance learning. Paper presented at the International Conference on the Practice of Adult Education and Social Development, Jinan, China.
Laungani, P. (2004). Some unresolved issues in philosophy and psychology: The implications for therapy. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 17, 107-123.
Mahrer, A. R. (2000). Philosophy of science and the foundations of psychotherapy. American Psychologist, 55, 117-1125.
Rychlak, J. F. (2000). A psychotherapist’s lessons from philosophy of science. American Psychologist, 55, 1126-1132.
Serlin, R. C., & Lapsley, D. K (1985). Rationality in Psychological Research. American Psychologist, 40, 73-83.
Smedslund, J. (2002). From hypothesis-testing psychology to procedure-testing psychologic. Review of General Psychology, 6, 51-72.
Strong, S. R. (1991). Theory-driven science and naïve empiricism in counseling psychology. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 38, 204-210.
Visser, L., Visser, Y. L., & Schlosser, C. (2003). Critical thinking in distance education and traditional education. The Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 4, 401-407.
Williams, R. N. (2002). The Pseudofundamental in psychology: Psychologic and psychologists. Psychological Inquiry, 2, 371-374.
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