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Ultimate Explanations for PPR In addition to the lack of empirical support, discourse-role theory of PPR can be criticised for failing to address the core of the problem. Criticisms of the Cognitive Theories of PPR While this literature review so far has offered some criticism of specific PPR research studies and theories, there are wider issues in this body of research concerning meta-theory, theory, and methodology. Theoretical Critique On a theoretical level, the exact nature of ASD itself is still a highly contentious topic, which has obvious implications for the study of PPR.
Methodological Critique The low methodological quality of some of the existing evidence in this field presents further problems. Meta-theoretical Critique The literature on PPR is also plagued with problems on a meta-theoretical level: all studies cited so far assume an organismic model of development, which assumes human development to denote an actively developing individual in a passive environment Lerner, References American Psychiatric Association.
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