Prev Sci (2011) 12:123–125 DOI 10.1007/s11121-011-0220-y Commentaries on Replication in Prevention Science: A Rejoinder Jeffrey C. Valentine & Anthony Biglan & Robert F. Boruch & Felipe González Castro & Linda M. Collins & Brian R. Flay & Sheppard Kellam & Eve K. Mościcki & Steven P. Schinke Published online: 7 May 2011 Society for Prevention Research 2011 “People have turned to their senses for information to try. We are grateful to the Editor for inviting about the world on which to ground their natural commentary and also for inviting a rejoinder. The philosophy, their medicine and such, so long as there reactions in the commentaries are plainly put. Further, have been such disciplines. And so long as there have they are constructed in the same scientific spirit that been such disciplines, halfway reflective people must drove our own questions about the possibility, partial have worried to at least some degree about … how we possibility, or impossibility of replication, and have can be sure that the individual and particular observa- articulated some of the continuing challenges faced by tions we make on a given occasion are not misleading in prevention scientists in the development, testing, and some way…To this
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