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  • Editorial: 'People get ready': Are mental disorder diagnostics ripe for a Kuhnian revolution? [Editorial]
    J Child Psychol Psychiatry 2020; 61(1):1-3Sonuga-Barke EJS
  • How is practical progress possible in child psychology and psychiatry? How does science advance to promote therapeutic innovation? The importance of the exciting stuff - new insights and ideas, studied using cutting edge and innovative technologies - is self-evident. However, the philosophy of science has shown us that less obvious and more mundane elements are also essential. This is because sci…
  • Transformative learning as pedagogy for the health professions: a scoping review. [Review]
    Med Educ 2019; 53(6):547-558Van Schalkwyk SC, Hafler J, … Bellagio Global Health Education Initiative
  • CONCLUSIONS: The training of health professionals often takes place in unfamiliar settings where students are encouraged to be active participants in providing care. This increases the opportunity for exposure to learning experiences that are potentially transformative, allowing for a pedagogy of uncertainty that acknowledges the complexity of the world we live in and questions what we believe we know about it. TL provides educators in the health professions with a theoretical lens through which they can view such student learning.
  • What if Discipline Is Not Interdisciplinary? The Case of Social Psychology in India. [Journal Article]
    Integr Psychol Behav Sci 2019; 53(3):504-524Sinha C
  • The present work highlight the missing picture of interdisciplinarity in Indian social psychology from a critical cultural perspective. In India, social psychologists' tried to inculcate the missing picture of 'indigenous perspective' from the cultural vantage point. The idea of this article is to explain the problem with claimed indigenous status without critically handling the reified social ca…
  • Theories of truth and teaching clinical reasoning and problem solving. [Journal Article]
    Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract 2019; 24(4):839-848Custers EJFM
  • In this paper, we will first discuss two current meta-theories dealing with different, aspects of "truth". The first metatheory conceives of truth in terms of coherence (rationality, consistency): a body of knowledge is true when it contains no inconsistencies and has at least some credibility. The second metatheory conceives of truth as correspondence, i.e., empirical accuracy. The two metatheor…
  • Not all motivated rejection of science is unconscious: Reply to Tryon (2018). [Comment]
    Am Psychol 2018 Jul-Aug; 73(5):687-688Hornsey MJ, Fielding KS
  • Tryon (2018) states that our proposed attitude roots are "effectively and functionally unconscious" (p. 685) and proposes connectionist neural network models as a mechanism for explaining these unconscious processes. In our response, we disagree with the presumption that our attitude roots necessarily operate at an unconscious level. Although some attitude roots may exert their influence through …
  • Cryptic Emotions and the Emergence of a Metatheory of Mind in Popular Filmmaking. [Journal Article]
    Cogn Sci 2018; 42(4):1317-1344Cutting JE, Armstrong KL
  • Hollywood movies can be deeply engaging and easy to understand. To succeed in this manner, feature-length movies employ many editing techniques with strong psychological underpinnings. We explore the origins and development of one of these, the reaction shot. This shot typically shows a single, unspeaking character with modest facial expression in response to an event or to the behavior or speech…
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