CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE QUANTITATIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND ITS METHODOLOGY

Edited by Jerzy Brzezinski and Tadeusz Marek Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1990 |

*L.J. Cohen*

- What Is the Role of Mathematical Models in Psychology?

- Models and Ideal Concepts in Contemporary Epistemological Approaches

- On Theories, Half-Theories, One-Fourth-Theories, Etc. The Requirement of
Formalization and the Results of the Inability to Fulfill It

*R. Stachowski*

- On Pythagorean Roots of the Quantitative Psychological Thought

*H. Wottawa*

- Idiographic versus Nomothetic Methodology

*G. van den Wittenboer*

- Decision Making in Scheduling Interventions

*E. Sommerfeld*

- Systematization and Formalization of Cognitive Structure Transformations on the
Basic of Graph Transformations

*F. Sobik*

- An Approach for the Comparison of Cognitive Structures by Similarity Measures on
the Basis of Graph Matrices

*B. Krause*

- Non-Metric Measuring Change in Learning Processes

*M. Gaul*

- Interactional Models in Behavioral Research. Testing Interaction on Non-Interval
Level of Measurement

*T. Marek and C. Noworol*

- A Sequential Quasi-Measure in Questionnaire Research

- The ANOVA Approach to Evaluation of Psychometric Test. The New Solution of an
Old Problem

*C. Nosal and Z. Piskorz*

- Category Width and Its Role in Human Cognitive Cycles

*W. Karwowski and A. Mital*

- Fuzzy Models in Human Factors Research: Review and Appraisal

*E.Z. Rothkopf and P. Grambsch*

- Statistical Inference of Individual Eye Movement. Styles in Purposeful Reading

*J. Lindell, H. Wos and B. Samuelson*

- Subjective Ratings — Comparisons between Different Modalities