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  1. Half a century later and we're back where we started: How the problem of locality turned in to the problem of portability.Lucas J. Matthews - 2022 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 91 (C):1-9.
  • Causal complexity and psychological measurement.Markus Ilkka Eronen - forthcoming - Philosophical Psychology.
    Psychological measurement has received strong criticism throughout the history of psychological science. Nevertheless, measurements of attributes such as emotions or intelligence continue to be widely used in research and society. I address this puzzle by presenting a new causal perspective to psychological measurement. I start with assumptions that both critics and proponents of psychological measurement are likely to accept: a minimal causal condition and the observation that most psychological concepts are ill-defined or ambiguous. Based on this, I argue that psychological (...)
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