Well, clinical psychologists don't necessarily have a hard science background at all. I mean, one of the therapeutic branches of clinical psychology is the postmodern one:Quote from: WikipediaPostmodern psychology says that the experience of reality is a subjective construction built upon language, social context, and history, with no essential truths. Since "mental illness" and "mental health" are not recognized as objective, definable realities, the postmodern psychologist instead sees the goal of therapy strictly as something constructed by the client and therapist
She said she was a working scientist, Cain! This was not an appeal to authority, because she said she's just throwing information out there for free thinkers to consider. That's why it was important for her to point out that she's a working scientist...and a clinician...because you shouldn't just uncritically take her word for it...her working.scientist.word....clinician.
It saddens me to see colleagues that dont understand that subjectivity ends... WHERE THE BARSTOOL BEGINS!