Published On: 26/10/2010|Categories: 2008–2012, Vol.31 (2010), Vol.31 (3)|



This special issue contains a selection of papers presented at the second Functional Measurement Meeting in Brussels on June 30th and July 1 st 2009i . Their common feature is that they all rely on the Functional Measurement framework. In this editorial, we will first elaborate on this framework and then discuss how it responds to important problems in traditional psychological research. Finally, an overview of the papers of the special issue will be given.

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