Well, sort of.

Every field has certain widespread methodologies and standards of rigour. In psychology, rigour is mostly defined in the experimental realm (and there, poorly). Other approaches to investigation are hardly checked at all. This means that while Carl Rogers or Robert Kegan could be right, no one really knows.

The situation is better with analytic philosophy, which has brutal ways of checking non-experimental results.

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