Interdisciplinary Method and Human Behavior

Interdisciplinary method in research on human behavior is the other side of working with a diverse group of participants in a social experiment; both halt reductionism in our perception of “human being.” If the perception of the examined phenomenon and its agents is not restricted by the examiner by narrowing down the tools of inquiry, the effect is that the potential varied input of the inquiry can be reflected in its output. Any reduction of either the group or the method to narrowly classified definitions would yield biased results that would not reflect “human behavior,” which can still be quite conformist and homogeneous.

Noa Yaari - Untitled - 2016

Noa Yaari, Untitled, 2016
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