Journal of Mathematical Psychology volume 50, issue 3, P215-219 2006 DOI: 10.1016/j.jmp.2006.01.007 View full text
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Geoffrey J. Iverson

Abstract: This essay was prompted by a concern on the part of many senior members of the Society for Mathematical Psychology that the training of contemporary cognitive scientists exhibits a trend away from quantitative sophistication. Such a trend, if it goes unchallenged, can only serve to further marginalize mathematical psychology. There are several ways to combat this disturbing situation. Members of the Society might involve themselves more vigorously with scientific problems that are widely viewed as substantive…

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