A female psychologist, Helen Thompson Woolly described psychologies studies of sexual differences as "aspiring to be scientific where flagrant personal bias, logic martyred in the cause of supporting a prejudice, unfounded assertions, and even sentimental rot and drivel, have run riot" in 1910.
It was in 1908 that Hugo Münsterberg, not Elizabeth Loftus, truly began psychology's foray into eyewitness testimony.
Albert Bandura's famous Bobo the clown study was actually co-authored with two female psychologists.
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Campus Rep Spotlight:
This Month in the Student Notebook –
Psychology 2.0: How the Web is Transforming Data Collection
by Peter M. Vernig, APSSC Student Notebook Editor
Anthony Evans of Brown University discusses the benefits and challenges of using the internet to collect data for psychological research. Using a number of examples from his own experience, Evans suggests areas in which web-based research is ideal, and reminds us that there will always be a place for the physical lab in research.
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