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  1. From the Socratic to the Sophistic (2012)
  2. Some Socratic to Sophistic shifts in Australian universities: A fifty-year Perspective (2011). Outline of talk to Sydney Realists by John Furedy
  3. Reminiscences of the University of Sydney psychology department's discipline-focused education of young John (1958-65) under O'Neil's god professorial reign (1945-65): Academic freedom, fairness in evaluation, and educational integrity (2009)
  4. A Recent Elaboration on Paper #6 (2006)
  5. Mentoring as Education, Not Training: The Conflict of Ideas (2005)
  6. Velvet Totalitarianism on Canadian Campuses: Subverting Effects on the Teaching of, and Research in, the Discipline of Psychology (1997)
  7. Targeting Outcomes: Covering Your Assessment Concerns And Needs (1993)
  8. Shifts Along the Socratic-Sophistic Continuum in the American Teaching of Psychology and of Psychological Research: A Historical Interpretation (1993)
  9. A 1987 Hungarian translation of the 1986 paper (see next item)
  10. A 1986 paper that emphasises the realist distinction between higher education and indoctrinational or merely instructional education, and considers ways of strengthening the former, Socratic sort of education
  11. Some Northerly Thoughts on Undergraduate Psychology Research Conferences (1985)
  12. Open Book Examinations: Not an Open and Shut Case But Worth Considering (1983)
  13. Ways to Promote Critical Thinking in Higher Education (1983)
  14. Comments on "Biofeedback in the Undergraduate Curriculum" from a More Critical Pedagogical Perspective (1982)
    See also: Reply by Palladino et al.
  15. Socratic versus Sophistic Strains in the Teaching of Undergraduate Psychology: Implicit Conflicts Made Explicit (1982)
  16. Teaching Undergraduates the Philosophy of Psychology: The Method of Criticized Introspection (1981)
  17. The Australian Ph.D Examination System: A Critique And A Proposal For Reform (1979)
  18. On the Definition of Professionals in Staff Development Programmes (1979)
  19. On Schachter's Sophistic Sense Of Scientific Sin (1978). Reply to Book Review by Stanley Schachter of Pitfalls in Human Research: Ten Pivotal Points, by Theodore Xenophon Barber
  20. A 1977 paper that stresses the conflict of ideas and of the development of critical skills in the teaching of advanced undergraduate research in psychology
  21. Functionalist Provides Launching Pad (1977) Book Review of Classical "Conditioning and Instrumental Learning: A Contemporary Approach", by John F. Hall.
  22. A 1973 Book Review of Inhibition and Learning: R.A. Boakes and M.S. Halliday, Eds. published in 1972.
  23. A 1972 Book Review of Learning and Activation by R.A. Champion, published in 1969.

 

LIE DETECTION

BIOFEEDBACK: A SCIENTIFIC, SPECIFIC-EFFECTS APPROACH

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF
PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS

ACADEMIC FREEDOM

MERIT VS. EQUITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION

THE
NORTH AMERICAN
BIOETHICS INDUSTRY

REALISM APPLIED TO
THE DISCIPLINE OF PSYCHOLOGY

SEX DIFFFERENCES IN COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS

POLITICAL AND SOCIAL COMMENTARY

RECALLING LATE MEMBERS OF THE "DEMOCRACY OF THE INTELLECT"


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DANIEL BERLYNE
(1924-76):
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