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Newsletter Exchange on Specificity

PDF: Multiple Sources of Information: Threat or Menace?
Pittenger essay to open the Newsletter exchange. From ISEP Newsletter Vol. 4, Number 1 (September 1989) 4-6.

PDF: Multiple Sources of Information: For What?
Tom Stoffregen responding to Pittenger. From ISEP Newsletter Vol. 4, Number 2 (May 1990) 5 - 8.

PDF: The demise of the Good Old Days: Consequences of Stoffregen's Concept of Information.
From ISEP Newsletter Vol. 4, Number 2 (May 1990) 8 - 10.

PDF: Specificity and Information -- Some Conceptual Issues for Ecological Psychologists.
Ed Reed's commentary on Pittenger and Stoffregen. From ISEP Newsletter Vol. 4, Number 3. (December 1990) 12-15.

PDF: A Note on the Utility of Ecologically Incomplete Invariants .
Sverker Runeson's formulations that fit in with this group but that also played a role in developments begun by David Jacobs and Claire Michaels. From ISEP Newsletter Vol. 4, Number 1. (September 1989) 6-9.

 
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