At the heart of my high-level sociological critique of psychological
inquiry is that, as a tree, it has surrendered both its roots in
phenomenology and its leaves (or crown) in theory (be that formal
theory or a disposition to casual reflection).
Psychology is having a bit of an existential crisis. I think you
might find entertaining some of the reports on the news page of my
web site designed to inspire reforms of Psychology's policies,
procedures, and prejudices.