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I guess what I am asking is....
Old 07-10-2008, 09:01 PM
 
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When stating a philosy statement does one have to name a past psychologists theory??? Or can a philosy be I believe this and this......Can i be my own beliefs or must I use data and research past psycologists?????


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A philospophy statement is what YOU believe and why. Since it's what you believe, you can certainly bring in data and research to show WHY you believe what you do, but it's not a necessary part of a philosophy statement.
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Old 07-11-2008, 06:10 AM
 
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Go with your own philosophy. That is what people look for.
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yes, definitely your own philosophy. You can, I guess, state some theorist and how your beliefs are modeled after his, or you get inspiration from so and so.... but it's way easier (and expected) to state what YOU personally believe.
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