Elizabeth A. Willis

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"the discovery and confirmation of universals". The genealogy of this enterprise is from A. McLelland. The present book is primarily about the methodological problems involved in applying orthodox statistical and psychometric techniques to data pertaining to "historical individuals"; quantification, sampling, validity, reliability, and regression analysis(More)
(paperback 0-86091-597-2). Anne-Josephe Terwagne, from Marcourt in Belgium, gained notoriety during the French Revolution as Theroigne de Mericourt and ended her life confined in La Salpetri&e. Her "madness", integrated with her eventful life-story before and during the revolution, and with the views of contemporaries and historians-the observers(More)
objected to the operation being performed on him'. Hunt suggested that every surgeon committing dissection should give an undertaking to allow his body to be dissected after death." Without any reference to Richardson, Knott writes in 1985 that Hunt "spoke of the fear of dissection as one of the 'natural feelings of mankind', and cited the case of Dr(More)
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