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|Affiliation||University of Helsinki|
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|Areas of Research||Philosophy of Sociology, Social Mechanisms, Sociology of Science, Qualitative Methods in Social Science, Experiments in Social Sciences, Evolutionary Theory and Social Science, Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences, Causation in the Social Sciences|
|Biographical Info||Petri Ylikoski is Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the Department of Social Research and the Deputy Director of the Finnish Centre for Excellence in Philosophy of the Social Sciences at University of Helsinki. His research covers topics in philosophy of science, science and technology studies, and methodology of the social sciences.|