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Write a brief report, drawing on the applied scenario provided below, in which you evaluate the claims made and account for them using psychological principles, theories and evidence.
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You have been approached by a local science museum to help them with a forthcoming exhibition called `Making Sense of the World`, which is aimed at members of the general public aged 15 and over.
In planning the exhibition, the team has canvassed visitors to the museum’s website for suggestions of things to include in the exhibition. One of the museum team’s favourite suggestions is ‘You can’t trust your senses’.
The museum team has a variety of other scientists, including a biologist, but does not include any psychologists, so they are not sure how to evaluate this suggestion. They have therefore asked you to provide them with a report explaining the psychological issues relevant to this suggestion, including an evaluation of whether the suggested statement is correct.
Your report will be used by the museum`s team to plan the exhibition, and they particularly want to educate the people who attend the exhibition about psychological theories and research in this area. The museum team therefore want to be able to explain the relevant psychological principles as well as present illustrative examples.