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Explain how psychologists conduct research to describe, explain, predict, and control behavior.

MIT 9.00SC Introduction to Psychology
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That is an entire chapter of a book to explain! If you need to summarize it, then you need that chapter. However, there is some good news. The chapter you need can be downloaded for free from at least one publisher: http://www.wiley.com/college/psyc/huffman249327/ch_01.pdf‎ And if you want the basics really fast, just go to the last two pages. It is a chapter summary and covers all the basic points in just those two. If you summarize the summary, you could have this covered in a paragraph to three.
Do they use the Scientific Method? Please help ASAP!! it's an over due working :(
Yes, they use it. It is all in that. Like I said, go over the summary in that chapter and you should get a good idea about it.

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