Dynamic systems methods for models of developmental psychopathology.

@article{Granic2003DynamicSM,
  title={Dynamic systems methods for models of developmental psychopathology.},
  author={Isabela Granic and Tom Hollenstein},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={2003},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={
          641-69
        }
}
A survey of dynamic systems (DS) methods appropriate for testing systems-based models in developmental psychopathology is provided. The rationale for developing new methods for the field is reviewed first. In line with other scholars, we highlight the fundamental incompatibility between developmentalists' organismic, open systems models and the mechanistic research methods with which these models are tested. Key DS principles are explained and their commensurability with developmental… CONTINUE READING

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