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Shaping Psychology is a unique collection of in-depth conversations with a selection of the most influential psychologists working today, conducted at the end of a decade that shook psychological science. They provide insights into the controversies at the heart of contemporary psychology, revealing a clash of visions of what psychological science is all about and what its future holds. They are candid on the crisis in psychology and explore its causes, consequences and how to overcome it. They also discuss challenges in the field, their careers, and the experiences that shaped their worldview.
Those interviewed include pioneers who have shaped psychology as we know it today and who represent a wide range of specializations, from research to mental health practice, mainstream psychology to critical psychology and neuroscience to the Open Science movement.
Elizabeth F. Loftus, Stanford University, USA
Jerome Kagan, Harvard University, USA
Michael I. Posner, University of Oregon, USA
Scott O. Lilienfeld, Emory University, USA
Robert J. Sternberg, Cornell University, USA
Robert Plomin, King’s College London, UK
Susan J. Blackmore, University of Plymouth, UK
Joseph E. LeDoux, New York University, USA
Noam Chomsky, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Roy F. Baumeister, University of Queensland, Australia
Erica Burman, University of Manchester, UK
Brian A. Nosek, University of Virginia, USA
Vikram H. Patel, Harvard Medical School, USA
Daniel Kahneman, Princeton University, USA
Carol A. Tavris, independent academic, USA,
An abundance of typos and grammatical mistakes
Very hard to read because it contains so many typos and grammatical errors, even in the answers of the natives. There was no such thing as proofreading. It’s a shame.