History of the Psychology-Law Relationship
Scientists do research for a variety of reasons. Some will tell you that it’s simply their job; the extrinsic motivations of job security and financial success are sufficient. Recognition by peers and the public reflect other examples of external inducements. In contrast, some scientists seek understanding of a process-perhaps the mastery of an elusive phenomenon, whether physical or mental.
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