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Ms. Sue I need some data to help me discussed this question.

How have you used the scientific process (unsystematic observation, building theories, and evaluating propositions) in your life to better understand your personality? Provide an example.

I read the material given in school but I do not seem to find information on systemactic observation, building theories and evaluating propositions>

  • psy -

    Hi Rose,

    Unsystematic observation is just looking around you. Building a theory is explaining what you've seen. Evaluating the proposition is deciding whether your theory is correct.

    I'm sure you have used the scientific process to better understand your personality.

    Here's an example from my life.

    When I was in high school (back in the Dark Ages), I OBSERVED that the most popular girls were not the best students. I BUILT THE THEORY that kids don't like smart girls. I experimented with not getting top grades. I then EVALUATED THE PROPOSITIONS, and found that being popular was more important to me than getting really good grades.

  • psy -

    thanks a lot Ms. Sue.

    r

  • psy -

    You're welcome, Rose.

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