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The Justification Hypothesis, or (JH), is part of a larger theoretical framework called the Tree of Knowledge System developed by Gregg Henriques. Specifically, the JH represents the Mind-to-Culture Joint Point in the ToK.

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  • Shealy, C.N. (2005). Justifying the justification hypothesis: Scientific-humanism, Equilintegration (EI) Theory, and the Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory (BEVI). Journal of Clinical Psychology, 61, 81-106. Full text
  • Vazire, S., & Robins, R.W. (2004). Beyond the Justification Hypothesis: A Broader Theory of the Evolution of Self-Consciousness. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 60, 1271-1273. Full text

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