Journal of Mathematical Psychology volume 49, issue 6, P443-444 2005 DOI: 10.1016/j.jmp.2005.06.006 View full text
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Tarow Indow

Abstract: What discussed herein is not an ''open problem'' in the sense of mathematics. It is a problem that psychologists should keep in mind when presenting a formal model. A model will be useful for phenomena on which the model has been formulated. However, the model may contain a number of remaining properties that not necessarily represent related psychological phenomena adequately. The situation is analogous to that the particle model of light does not represent diffraction whereas the wave model of light is not …

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