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Plaisance, Kathryn S, Jay Michaud, and John McLevey. 2021. Pathways Of Influence: Understanding The Impact Of Philosophy Of Science In Scientific Domains. Synthese.
Plaisance et al (2021).pdf
Plaisance, Kathryn S, and Kevin C Elliott. 2021. A Framework For Analyzing Broadly Engaged Philosophy Of Science. Philosophy Of Science.
Burgoyne, Alexander P, Sarah Carroll, Angus D Clark, David Z Hambrick, Kathryn S Plaisance, Kelly L Klump, and Alexandra S Burt. 2020. Can A Brief Intervention Alter Genetic And Environmental Influences On Psychological Traits? An Experimental Behavioral Genetics Approach. Learning And Motivation 72.
Plaisance (2020).pdf
Plaisance et al (2019).pdf
Burt, Alexandra , Kathryn S Plaisance, and David Z Hambrick. 2019. Understanding What Could Be: A Call For 'Experimental Behavioral Genetics'. Behavior Genetics 49 (2): 235-243.
McLevey, John , Alexander V Graham, Reid McIlroy-Young, Pierson Brown, and Kathryn S Plaisance. 2018. Interdisciplinarity And Insularity In The Diffusion Of Knowledge: An Analysis Of Disciplinary Boundaries Between Philosophy Of Science And The Sciences. Scientometrics 117 (1): 331-349.
McLevey et al (2018).pdf
Plaisance, Kathryn S, and Eric B Kennedy. 2014. A Pluralistic Approach To Interactional Expertise. Studies In History And Philosophy Of Science 47: 60-68.
Plaisance and Kennedy (2014).pdf
Plaisance, Kathryn S, and Thomas AC Reydon. 2012. Chapter 1: The Philosophy Of Behavioral Biology. In Philosophy Of Behavioral Biology, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science. Vol. 282. Springer.
Plaisance, Kathryn S, and Thomas AC Reydon, eds. 2012. Philosophy Of Behavioral Biology. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, vol. 282th ed. Springer.
Plaisance, Kathryn S, Thomas AC Reydon, and Mehmet Elgin. 2012. Why The (Gene) Counting Argument Fails In The Massive Modularity Debate: The Need For Understanding Gene Concepts And Genotype-Phenotype Relationships. Philosophical Psychology 25 (6): 873-892.
Plaisance et al (2012).pdf
Plaisance, Kathryn S, and Carla Fehr, eds. 2010. Making Philosophy Of Science More Socially Relevant [Special Issue]. Synthese 177 (3): 301-492.
Fehr, Carla , and Kathryn S Plaisance. 2010. Socially Relevant Philosophy Of Science: An Introduction. Synthese 177: 301-316.
Fehr and Plaisance (2010).pdf