Kathryn S. Plaisance
TitleCited byYear
Socially Relevant Philosophy of Science: An Introduction
C Fehr, KS Plaisance
Synthese 177 (3), 2010
A Pluralistic Approach to Interactional Expertise
KS Plaisance, K Eric B
Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science 47, 60-68, 2014
Making Philosophy of Science More Socially Relevant
KS Plaisance, C Fehr
Synthese 177 (3), 2010
Philosophy of Behavioral Biology
KS Plaisance, TAC Reydon
Springer, 2012
Behavioral genetics and the environment: The generation and exportation of scientific claims
KS Plaisance
University of Minnesota, 2006
Why the (Gene) Counting Argument Fails in the Massive Modularity Debate: The Need for Understanding Gene Concepts and Genotype- Phenotype Relationship
KS Plaisance, TAC Reydon, M Elgin
Philosophical Psychology 25 (6), 873-892, 2012
Understanding “What Could Be”: a call for ‘experimental behavioral genetics’
SA Burt, KS Plaisance, DZ Hambrick
Behavior genetics 49 (2), 235-243, 2019
Interdisciplinarity and insularity in the diffusion of knowledge: an analysis of disciplinary boundaries between philosophy of science and the sciences
J McLevey, AV Graham, R McIlroy-Young, P Browne, KS Plaisance
Scientometrics 117 (1), 331-349, 2018
Clinical Ethics Committees as a Model for Socially Relevant Philosophy of Science
TS Goetze, KS Plaisance
Knowledge Integration 2011-2012, 20, 2012
Causal explanations related to shared and nonshared environment
K Plaisance
Behavior Genetics 39 (6), 2009
Lost in translation: How behavioral genetic findings regarding'shared environment'are misunderstood
K Plaisance
Twin Research and Human Genetics 10 (Supplement), 48, 2007
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