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The section "Experimental Psychology" contains the sentence "For instance, priming subjects with information about an effect increases the probability that a person falsely believes is the cause." There is a noun missing between "a person falsely believes" and "is the cause". As it stands, this sentence has little or no meaning. This is clear when the sentence gets simplified to: "Disclosing an effect makes it so that a person falsely believes is the cause." The noun cannot be inferred from the rest of the sentence nor from the cited source, so I don't know what it's supposed to be, so I cannot fix it. ----Cowlinator (talk) 22:51, 21 August 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
The text reads that Quantum Physics provides a serious counterpoint to determinism, yet there is no explanation given. I wanted to add a why? tag but it didn't work. Superposition of particles does not dispute causality. Desdinova (talk) 03:06, 25 November 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
The first sentence of this article needs to be restated.
Reassessed article as it fails the B-class criteria. About half the "Further reading" needs trimming. I read where only 3% of Wikipedia articles have this section and apparently, someone felt it should be exhaustive here. Otr500 (talk)
I am cutting all but the top three "External links". Some future discussions may change these around. Three seems to be an acceptable number and of course, everyone has their favorite to add for four. The problem is that none is needed for article promotion.
ELpoints #3) states: Links in the "External links" section should be kept to a minimum. A lack of external links or a small number of external links is not a reason to add external links.
LINKFARM states: There is nothing wrong with adding one or more useful content-relevant links to the external links section of an article; however, excessive lists can dwarf articles and detract from the purpose of Wikipedia. On articles about topics with many fansites, for example, including a link to one major fansite may be appropriate.