Journal of Measurement in Human Sciences – Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives
The Journal of Measurement in Human Sciences is devoted to the interdisciplinary study of measurement. Its commentaries and focus articles aim to improve, criticize and enrich measurement practices. Contributors present the results of serious research in a wide range of disciplines. They also examine the role of measurement in society and its societal functions. These efforts will help to improve our understanding of measurement. Here are some details about the Journal of Measurement in Human Sciences.
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