It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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"I stressed throughout the article that this data was based on averages and this did not mean that all individual cases were at the average of their respective group. In fact, the majority were not."
"In fact, the majority were not."
"the majority were not."
No doubt some of your confrontations are with people who are self-conscious about the reputation of their professions, but leave open the possibility that in with them you have lumped some important few who simply question the value you place on averages in the instance of your article.
Reflect on the degree to which your desire that psychology be seen as a real science affects your reactions to those who seem not to understand your work.
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