14 Criteria For Evaluating Psychological Evidence

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Can you name the 14 Criteria For Evaluating Psychological Evidence?

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Whether complex wholes are explained in terms of their component partsR
Whether data from non-human participants help us understand humansE
Whether the evidence can be put to any use in the real worldA
Whether the research situation is true to lifeE
Whether one's own cultural world view is centralE
Whether the evidence is evaluated in terms of the methods that were used to gather itM
Whether researchers' conclusions are supported by other researchers' workE
Whether a study can be repeated with the same resultsR
Whether extraneous variables were sufficiently controlledD
Whether participants are harmed or deceived during researchE
Whether the participants who took part in the study were representativeS
Whether the evidence can be used to affect situations of exploitation or oppressionS
Whether the evidence is written from a masculine standpointA
Whether evidence can be evaluated in terms of the paradigm it arises fromA

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