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|Title:||Fractal Geometry in Psychiatry: The Vulnerable Border between Science and Pseudoscience|
|Authors:||Koga, P. Marius|
|Abstract:||The authors focus on the risk of applying fashionable theories to completely foreign conceptual domains. The description of possibilities of use of fractal geometry principles in psychiatry is based on keen awareness that there is a vulnerable border between fundamental principles in science and pseudoscience.|
|Appears in Collections:||Academic Review 2007 #2|
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