Is Psychology Unbiased? | Introduction to Psychology 4 of 30 | Study Hall

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A lot of psychology assumes that a researcher is unbiased, except... no one is totally unbiased. So, how can psychologists study human behavior while taking their biases, culture, and environment into account? In this episode of Study Hall, we’ll learn about critical research designs and how decolonial and liberation psychology is being integrated into our discipline to address centuries of oppression.
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Chapters:
0:00 - Introduction
2:50 - Critical Research Design
7:55 - Indigenous Knowledge Systems
9:24 - Decolonial Methodology And Praxis
10:51 - Conclusion
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Psychology
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