Talk:Process theory

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Historical fallacy[edit]

I would like an example of a fallacy described in the text. Are there any suitable to the article? 79.220.181.164 (talk) 17:07, 8 July 2012 (UTC)

Comment[edit]

This entry would benefit from a reference to people, apart from Whitehead, who are working on "process theoretical" accounts of, say, psychology. What happened after Dewey's "Reflex Arc" paper?

Variance theory[edit]

I tried to find references on the Internet for the so-called Variance theory (mentioned in the article) and the only remotely similar results I got were the following papers on Models in Information Systems: Process-variance models in information security awareness research & Process, Variance, and Systems. The second paper connects at some point this theory with Management Research citing other specialized papers on the matter. Could someone having better knowledge of the corresponding literature add some proper citations to the articles and elaborate on the interdisciplinary connections implied by the article? --Omnipaedista (talk) 02:39, 12 May 2009 (UTC)

Surgence[edit]

Closest definition I could find was for 'surgent'. Although the word is intuitively understood, is it a real word? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 41.174.67.203 (talk) 02:12, 3 March 2012 (UTC)