Disc Lecture - identified. VG 4 ATTRIBUTIONAL MODEL...

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VG 1 Scientific Discovery is often a race. Who gets there first is the person rewarded. e.g. the Race for DNA led to the Nobel prize for Crick and Watson not for Linus Pauling VG 2 Often Scientific Discoveries lead to PRIORITY DISPUTES as to who made the discovery first e.g. Newton and Leibnitz over the discovery of the calculus HIV as the Cause of AIDS - Gallo versus the Pasteur Institute VG 3 POINT MODEL
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Key feature is that discovery is made INSTANTEOUSLY e.g Archimedes in his bath This means WHAT has been Discovered by WHO and WHEN can all be clearly
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Unformatted text preview: identified. VG 4 ATTRIBUTIONAL MODEL Discoveries are recognized and attributed within a community. Discovery is a process extended over time and community VG 5 If the Attributional Model replaced the Point Model * it could mean that rewards might be shared more amongst a community of people * it could mean that races for discovery would become less important and could lead to benefits for all - e.g. the HIV virus case. * would individual scientists still be driven to make discoveries?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2007 for the course S&TS 2011 taught by Professor Pinch,t. during the Spring '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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