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Stern J. M. (2007) Cognitive constructivism, eigen-solutions, and sharp statistical hypotheses. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 14(1): 9–36. Fulltext at
In this paper epistemological, ontological and sociological questions concerning the statistical significance of sharp hypotheses in scientific research are investigated within the framework provided by Cognitive Constructivism and the FBST (Full Bayesian Significance Test). The constructivist framework is contrasted with the traditional epistemological settings for orthodox Bayesian and frequentist statistics provided by Decision Theory and Falsificationism.


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