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Qxd 3/12/04 7:21 PM Page 33 THE KNOWLEDGE BASE OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 33 be (1) refutable; (2) allow for sufficient scope of observation; and (3) resist permutation into less testable versions in the presence of disconfirming data. As we noted in Chapter 1, Hans Eysenck was one of the psychologists who believed strongly in the experimental method and the importance of hypothesis testing: what is needed in psychology, as in any other science, is greater understanding of and more extensive use of, the hypothetico-deductive method, in which a clear, unambiguous hypothesis is stated, deductions, preferably of a quantitative kind, are made, and experiments performed to verify or disprove the hypothesis.
Qxd 3/12/04 3:55 PM Page 21 THE SOCIAL AND HISTORICAL CONTEXT 21 and continents, each has its own national and cultural motif. For example, our account in this book emphasises quite a narrow range of influences before 1900. Apart from some temporary modelling on German academic pioneers, British empiricist philosophy and Galtonian eugenics (with its cue for the psychology of individual differences) have determined our professional orthodoxy. When we look elsewhere, we find a slightly more variegated picture.
Among the critics, some were ambivalent about the model itself and saw it as incompatible with the humanistic approach they wished to adopt in their own practice. Others accepted the model as a desirable one for clinical psychologists to emulate but were sceptical about how much it influenced the practice of qualified practitioners. Most interviewees demonstrated considerable awareness of the territorial disputes between clinical psychology and other mental health professions, particularly psychiatry and nursing.