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Power Poseur: The lure of lucrative pseudoscience and the crisis of untrustworthiness of psychology

This is the second of two segments of Mind the Brain aimed at redirecting the conversation concerning power posing to the importance of conflicts of interest in promoting and protecting its scientific status.  The market
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