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2.1 Sources of data
It's often the case that various human attributes and accomplishments are somewhat arbitrarily ‘parcelled-up’ as the particuar provinces of various disciplines. Psychology, for example, deals with intelligence, learning, and personality; Social Psychology with values, attitudes, and beliefs; ...