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    ‘Noisy, fallible and biased though it be’
    British Journal of Educational Studies 50 (1): 144-164. 2002.
    This paper links the history of educational research in the United Kingdom to changes in the philosophy and practice of science. Its thesis is the claim that the lifetime of the British Journal of Educational Studies corresponds to a notable ferment in the social sciences, sometimes characterised as 'post-positivism' or 'post-cartesianism'. After the Second World War, the philosophy of science was subjected to a series of challenging criticisms, many of them directed against so-called logical po…Read more
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    Collaborative Impression Formation and Recall of Impression-relevant Information
    with Mario Ferreira, Leonel Garcia-Marques, and Margarida Garrido