Joseph F. Rychlak, Ph.D.

Psychology Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
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Rychlak J. (2005) Trying to influence psychologists to think otherwise isn't easy Journal of Constructivist Psychology. 18: 367-376
Rychlak JF. (2000) A psychotherapist's lessons from the philosophy of science. The American Psychologist. 55: 1126-32
Rychlak JF. (1996) An enquiry into the hermeneutic-dialectic method of inquiry Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless. 5: 305-317
Rychlak JF, Barnard S. (1996) The Role of Negation in Implication Versus Inference Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 25: 483-505
Ulasevich A, Rychlak JF. (1994) The heuristic power of oppositionality within and between paired-associate units Journal of General Psychology. 121: 267-281
Rychlak JF. (1994) Some questions about the explanatory terminology used in any re-framing of psychology's metaphysical presuppositions: A response to Bickhard and Christopher New Ideas in Psychology. 12: 253-257
Rychlak JF. (1993) A suggested principle of complementarity for psychology: In theory, not method American Psychologist. 48: 933-942
Rychlak JF, Stilson SR, Rychlak LS. (1993) Testing a predicational model of cognition: Cueing predicate meanings in sentences and word triplets Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 22: 479-503
Rychlak JF, Rychlak LS. (1991) Evidence for a predication effect in deciding on the personal significance of abstract word meanings Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 20: 403-418
Rychlak JF, Rychlak RJ. (1990) The insanity defense and the question of human agency New Ideas in Psychology. 8: 3-24
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