Two thousand years after Archimedes, psychologist finds three topics that will simply not yield to the experimental method

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 45 (2022)
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Abstract

Cesario argues that experiments cannot illuminate real group disparities because they leave out factors that operate in ordinary life. But what Cesario calls flaws are, in fact, the point of the experimental method. Of all the topics in science, we have to wonder why racial discrimination would be uniquely unsuited for investigating with experiments. The argument to give up the most powerful scientific method to study one of the hardest problems we confront is laughable.

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