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The “reign of error” in social psychology: On the real versus imagined consequences of problem-focused research

  • Justin Kruger (a1) and Kenneth Savitsky (a2)

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Krueger & Funder (K&F) make the familiar accusation that social psychologists focus too much on what people do wrong, rather than on what they do right. Although there is some truth to their charge, their accusations are overstated and their conclusions are incorrect. The field is far less problem-focused than they suggest, and the proposed consequences of this approach are more imagined than real.

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The “reign of error” in social psychology: On the real versus imagined consequences of problem-focused research

  • Justin Kruger (a1) and Kenneth Savitsky (a2)

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