Improving Human Interaction Research through Ecological Grounding

Albert, Saul B.

J. P. de Ruiter


  • In psychology, we tend to follow the general logic of falsificationism: we separate the ‘context of discovery’ (how we come up with theories) from the ‘context of justification’ (how we test them). However, when studying human interaction, separating these contexts can lead to theories with low ecological validity that do not generalize well to life outside the lab. We propose borrowing research p... read more
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