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Editorial

Editorial In this issue of the International Journal of Developmental Science (IJDS) we continue with a special section titled “Probabilistic Epigenesis: Its Past and Prospects for the Future”, edited by Jaan Valsiner and Herbert Scheithauer. The first edition of this special section has been published in 2013 (Vol. 7, Issue 2), including a target article by Vanessa Lux (2013) and commentaries by Robert Lickliter (2013), Gary Greenberg (2013), and Ehud Lamm (2013). We are pleased that Peter C.M. Molenaar (2015a) took up our invitation to contribute a target article titled “An Interpretation of Part of Gilbert Gottlieb’s Legacy: Developmental Systems Theory Contra Developmental Behavior Genetics” that we present in the current issue of the special section, accompanied by outstanding commentaries from renowned scholars/author groups, namely Alexander von Eye (2015), Richard M. Lerner, Milena Batanova, Andrea Vest Ettekal and Cristina Hunter (2015), and Lars. R. Bergman (2015). We are especially pleased that Peter C.M. Molenaar (2015b) – in addition to his target article – contributed an Author’s Response to the respective commentaries. All of the articles included in the special section are excellent contributions in order to achieve a better understanding of “Gilbert Gottlieb’s legacy”.The second part of the present issue http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Developmental Science iospress

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IOS Press
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2192-001X
DOI
10.3233/DEV-000083
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Abstract

In this issue of the International Journal of Developmental Science (IJDS) we continue with a special section titled “Probabilistic Epigenesis: Its Past and Prospects for the Future”, edited by Jaan Valsiner and Herbert Scheithauer. The first edition of this special section has been published in 2013 (Vol. 7, Issue 2), including a target article by Vanessa Lux (2013) and commentaries by Robert Lickliter (2013), Gary Greenberg (2013), and Ehud Lamm (2013). We are pleased that Peter C.M. Molenaar (2015a) took up our invitation to contribute a target article titled “An Interpretation of Part of Gilbert Gottlieb’s Legacy: Developmental Systems Theory Contra Developmental Behavior Genetics” that we present in the current issue of the special section, accompanied by outstanding commentaries from renowned scholars/author groups, namely Alexander von Eye (2015), Richard M. Lerner, Milena Batanova, Andrea Vest Ettekal and Cristina Hunter (2015), and Lars. R. Bergman (2015). We are especially pleased that Peter C.M. Molenaar (2015b) – in addition to his target article – contributed an Author’s Response to the respective commentaries. All of the articles included in the special section are excellent contributions in order to achieve a better understanding of “Gilbert Gottlieb’s legacy”.The second part of the present issue

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International Journal of Developmental Scienceiospress

Published: May 15, 2015

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