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Contextualism in Psychological Research?
A Critical Review



September 1999 | 208 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Providing a critical evaluation of the assets and limitations of contextualism for doing research in psychology and education, the authors compare contextualism, modified contextualism and mechanism as approaches to doing science, as well as their merits in studying closed versus open systems.
 
Contextualism
Its Definition, Origins, Current Manifestations and Allies  
 
Philosophy of Science and Psychology
 
The Metaphilosophy of Stephen Pepper
 
Philosophic Contextualism and Modified Contextualism Described
 
Philosophic Contextualism and Academic Psychology
A Comparison and Evaluation  
 
Developmental Contextualism and Academic Psychology
A Comparison and Evaluation  
 
Functional Contextualism and Academic Psychology
A Comparison and Evaluation  
 
Are Mainstream Psychology and the Various Contextualisms in Competition, and Should They Be?
 
Underdetermination, Incommensurability and Relativism
 
Downplaying Ontology

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