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Unformatted text preview: paradigmatic context would be seen as appealing to an inner sphere for explanation with this spherical model. With this model, correlative explanations would be seen as appealing to factors on the same surface at the same level as the original question. A point on the surface of the sphere could then represent the time scale of reversibility for a behavior at a particular level of molarity. The behavior change of interest can be across any of a number of time scales. Points on the surface of the sphere could represent the time scale dimension. Any specific time scale of adaptation within some particular paradigmatic context could be represented as a point on the surface of the sphere, at some distance from the center (some particular layer of the onion)....
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- Fall '09
- Psychology, time scale, physiological variables, paradigmatic context