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Planck ' s Principle Do younger scientists accept new scientific ideas with greater alacrity than older scientists ?

@inproceedings{Hull2005PlanckS,
  title={Planck ' s Principle Do younger scientists accept new scientific ideas with greater alacrity than older scientists ?},
  author={David L. Hull and Peter D. Tessner and Arthur M. Diamond},
  year={2005}
}
  • David L. Hull, Peter D. Tessner, Arthur M. Diamond
  • Published 2005
  • One of the most controversial questions concerning the nature of scientific change is the extent to which it is affected by "internal" versus "'external" considerations. At ont extreme are those who maintain that new ideas triumph in science primarily because the empirical evidence supports them more strongly than any of their competitors. Particular scientists may be influenced to some expressions pass for evidence. In fact, the idea that such disputes might actually be settled by recourse to… CONTINUE READING

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