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AN INTRODUCTION TO The Natural Science Of Event-Based Psychology: THE ONLY APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY GROUNDED IN THE ASSUMPTIONS OF THE NATURAL SCIENCES by C. I. Baxter

AN INTRODUCTION TO The Natural Science Of Event-Based Psychology: THE ONLY APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY GROUNDED IN THE ASSUMPTIONS OF THE NATURAL SCIENCES

by C. I. Baxter

146 pages
Psychology provides the option of two thinking and reasoning languages. One is grounded in the assumptions of a natural science, the other is rooted in pseudo-scientific ideology. Event-Based Psychology is grounded in the psycholinguistic assumptions of the natural sciences.

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Psychology provides the option of two thinking and reasoning languages. One is grounded in the assumptions of a natural science, the other is rooted in pseudo-scientific ideology. The choice between these two languages determines how one thinks and reasons. The non-labeling language of science guides one’s thinking to behavioral explanation, based on observed truths. The other, the labeling language of main-stream psychologies, reduces one’s thinking to assuming behavior can be explained by believed-in abstract constructed determiners. The Natural Science Of Event-Based (E-B) Psychology, is the only applied psychology that is grounded in the psycholinguistic assumptions of a natural science.

 

 

About the Author
As a N.Y.S licensed psychologist, C. Baxter worked in the Ithaca City School District in Ithaca, N. Y. from 1972 to 1995. He spent the better part of forty years developing a non-labeling applied psychological language, grounded in the assumptions of a natural science, distinguishing it from the labeling language of main-stream psychologies, rooted in ideology. This text is the product of that exercise.

 

 

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