Do you think it’s important to meet psychological findings with a degree of healthy skepticism?

People sometimes suggest that psychology isn’t a real science. Why do you think they feel that way? Do you agree or disagree? Why?
Do you think it’s important to meet psychological findings with a degree of healthy skepticism? Why?

Psychology derived from philosophy If you go back to Socrates’ era, we will see that philosophy and psychology have some similarities. We can sit, talk, and reflect on our ideas. They discussed human thoughts and feelings without conducting a controlled group of observations. Psychology studies human behavior anatomically and physiologically. We cannot determine someone’s ideas or why they behave a certain way by just looking at them. If we conduct an analysis observation, we will use the scientific method to ask questions, research, find a hypothesis, collect the data, and analyze the data to conclude. Therefore, we can say psychology is a science. It is critical to maintaining a healthy skepticism when conducting a physical investigation. My dad was doing a political campaign for a friend of his. I was with him on his tour. There was one town where my dad was having the meeting. After talking to some locals, I was skeptical that my dad’s friend would win based on the little research I conducted in the town. I told my dad they needed to change strategy. There’s no way he will win if they don’t. I was a mere adolescent; fast forward to election day. He failed in the town.

Please provide examples to illustrate your perspective.