These examples once again emphasize that the fact - something conventional. And, then, the very existence of the fact is sometimes required to prove. This brings us to an important norm for the empirical sciences - reproducibility requirement: in cases where the fact may be questioned, there must be described and procedures allowing any researcher to monitor (even better: to reproduce) the same fact. The requirement of reproducibility in science, and especially in psychology is often criticized as not all the facts can be played. This criticism is valid, if the demand reproducibility of all the facts. However, the latter requirement is meaningless. In the world there is a lot of unique phenomena that can not be repeated, but it does not follow that such events never happened. There is, for example, the patient's description of the suffering hydrocephalus, whose skull contains only 5% of the brain, but which behaved as a normal individual and demonstrated high intellectual ability.  It is hoped that other similar cases never to meet, but, nevertheless, and one such example is enough to think about whether we correctly imagine the role of the brain in human behavior.
Tethered (Iron Seas, #2.5)
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