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You're describing the author's method of reasoning here. he's attacking the psychologist's presumably flawed argument. That doesn't mean that the answer choice will be a flawed method of reasoning though.
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glucose101 wrote:The tip-off is "by," which suggests how the author mistakenly argues.
The author didn't necessarily "mistakenly" argue anything. He could have made a valid argument.
This is a pure method of reasoning question. The answer will describe the argument, flawed or otherwise.
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