Findings of the Panel of Psychological Inquiry Convened at Saint Michael’s College, May 13, 2008: The Case of "Anna"
Keywords:Panels of Psychological Inquiry, quasi-judicial method, jury hearing, case study, clinical case study
AbstractThis paper briefly describes the proceedings of the Panel of Inquiry held May 13, 2008 at Saint Michael’s College on the case of “Anna" (Podetz, 2008, 2011). It summarizes the advocate's and critic's positions on four claims and one counter-claim. The five judges independently voted to accept all four of the advocate’s claims (by votes of 5-0 or 4-1), and rejected the critic's counter-claim by a vote of 3-2. The panelists all found the educative and pedagogical aspects of the Panel of Inquiry process commendable, but several raised questions about how this methodology would be accepted by their own research and practice communities.
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