Source: Lilienfeld, S., Lynn, S., Ruscio, J., & Beyerstein, B. (2010). 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
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Your searches can be more efficient & effective if you consider adding synomyms to your search strategy when searching either Google or the library databases. Here are some to choose from, followed by an example of how they can be used in a search:
Synonyms to try while searching for evidence to SUPPORT the myth:
proof (or proven)
Example: "subliminal messages" AND advertising AND proof
Synonyms to try while searching for evidence to DEBUNK the myth:
Example: "subliminal messages" AND advertising AND myth
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