Indeterminate theory: Reply to Gollob

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H. F. Gollob (see record 1980–30371–001) conceded that the central criticism in the present author's (see record 1979–22513–001) discussion of Gollub's (see record 1974–32023–001) balance triad model concerned its theoretical interdeterminacy: The same sentence can receive quite different theoretical representations, depending on arbitrary choice of other sentences. In other words, the balance triad model gives an indeterminate description of the cognitive processes involved in the judgment of any given sentence. (5 ref) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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