By Hans V. Rappard, Pieter J. van Strien (auth.), Hans V. Rappard, Pieter J. Van Strien, Leendert P. Mos, William J. Baker (eds.)
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The fact that psychological objects have a social origin and use does not mean that that is all they 'really' refer to. In principle, there is no reason why the social production of a symbolic structure should prevent it having all kinds of features, including that of objective reference.
Thus, during the history of modem psychology various patterns of practice have been employed to construct the research' subject' , the human source of psychological data (Danziger, 1985b). In the early days of experimental psychology the subject whose reactions and reports supplied the empirical basis for psychological knowledge claims was generally a colleague, a friend, or someone with whom one interacted regularly as teacher or as student. In any case, the research relationship was based on 32 Kurt Danziger openness and on the trust that had developed in the course of a relationship that also existed outside the laboratory.
This kind of thing certainly left its mark on the investigative practices of psychology and, in extreme cases, could reduce them to a ritual that ended up having more in common with magic than with science. A more sophisticated version of the criterion of scientificity took the form of a belief that, in order to qualify as a science, psychology had to devote itself to the search for universal, and, therefore, ahistorical, 'laws' of human behavior. However, psychological phenomena typically lacked the stability and consistency of the phenomena studied by physical science and, therefore, provided a poor basis for the display of such laws.
Annals of Theoretical Psychology by Hans V. Rappard, Pieter J. van Strien (auth.), Hans V. Rappard, Pieter J. Van Strien, Leendert P. Mos, William J. Baker (eds.)