Review of Michael Gorman, Simulating Science

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Humanities
Department Philosophy
Creator Downes, Stephen M.
Title Review of Michael Gorman, Simulating Science
Date 1994
Description Michael Gorman has several projects in Simulating Science. First, he presents a reaearch program of psychological experiments on scientific reasoning. Second, he defends an interdisciplinary approach to science studies. Third, he critically examines recent computer models of scientific theorizing and discovery. Finally, he provides insight into the progress of a scientific researcher in his early career through the autobiographical presentation of his own experimental findings.
Type Text
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Volume 85
Issue 1
First Page 195
Last Page 197
Subject Psychological experiments; Reasoning in psychology; Psychological literature
Subject LCSH Science; Heuristic; Criticism
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Downes, S. M. (1994). Review of Michael Gorman, Simulating science." ISIS, 85(1), 195-7.
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Date Modified 2021-05-06
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