Instead, it has levels of explanations that are used to explain phenomena. Well you will get another answer I mean depending on who you ask Psychology is a very broad discipline Practically from one end To one end of … Psychological study aims to uncover laws and truths. Sometimes common sense is proved right, other times not. The definition of psychology claims that psychology contains the features of science.

There certainly are things in psychology that qualify as science under the criteria listed.

Science tends to go through these shifts therefore psychology is not a science as it has no agreed paradigm. He meant that psychology had not quite reached the stage of being a science, but may do one day. Science has nothing to do with ‘Truth’, a term which is often used in psychology to imply that logic can be performed with words, which is what psychology is based on (like most of philosophy). Psychology can not be quantified- it is qualitative, not quantitative- which again is a widely held virtue of a "proper" science. Psychology seeks to answer basic questions about thoughts, feelings and behavior while while exploring connections to other areas of study such as medicine, philosophy, chemistry, biology, social sciences and evolution. However, psychology does not have any of these.

Just because it does not all fit under that criteria does not mean that none of it is science. While some factors of psychology are difficult to measure, the field is rooted in testing hypotheses. Thomas Kuhn (1990) said, because of this ‘psychology is a pre-science’. Second, if psychology is a science, i: it a natural science like physics, chemistry, and biology or a social science like sociology and economics? A debatable topic, whether psychology is a science or not, stands to win on some crucial rationale. Ultimately what really sets psychology apart from common sense is the scientific method. Psychology is considered a science, because it utilizes scientific methodology for devising treatments and measuring outcomes. There are many conflicting approaches and the subject matter of Psychology is so diverse therefore researchers in different fields have little in common. Ultimately what really sets psychology apart from common sense is the scientific method. The short answer is, as currently practiced, sadly, mostly not.

Psychology Is a Science Psychology is not a science, it is a Sign It Yes It’s a science That’s yes, I don’t know I can Tell me about it. And yes, there is a part of psychology which is good science; the part wherein scientists gather observations without interpreting this data.

First of all it is important to know what science is. You also need to be precise in your definition of what "psychology" is, and then if you want to get into it, what "physics" is, for comparison. Psychology tests common sense ideas about people (along with some nonsensical ideas) to try and find out the truth.