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We can differentiate out in science at least the following functions: 1. Its problem-
seeking, question-asking, hunch-encouraging, hypotheses-producing function 2.
Its testing, checking, certifying function; its trying out and 4 MOTIVATION AND ...
Its testing, checking, certifying function; its trying out and testing of hypotheses; its
repetition and checking of experiments; its piling up of facts 3. Its organizing,
theorizing, structuring, function; its search for larger and larger generalizations 4.
It was one of Freud's greatest contributions to show that these symptoms had
functions, aims, purposes, and that they achieved effects of various sorts (primary
gains). But it is also true that many symptoms have been called neurotic that are ...
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Elements of a Psychological Approach to Science
Problem Centering vs Means Centering in Science
HolisticDynamic Theory in the Study of Personality
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