Do you think that theoretical unification within psychology is feasible? Can explain please.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 7:23 am ad1c9bdddf
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Do you think that theoretical unification within psychology is feasible?
Yes, theoretical unification within psychology is feasible, but because the field is so 'closed' with numerous limitations, it is unlikely that most will let any new information inside of their holy temples. Educational institutions as we know them are limited. In other words, only certain 'approved' information may enter. Who determines what is taught, studied, and learned at schools? Do you know who the people are that approve certain textbooks and course materials while disapproving others? What criteria do they use to dismiss information for human knowledge? Furthermore, why are departments separated from each other at most institutions with little integration between disciplines? Why are we taught this, but not that? Who's really controlling all the information that we receive from elementary school to junior or senior high, and college or university?
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