This paper addresses a basic component of Q methodology, namely, how judgmental rotation of centroid factors empowers the researcher to more thoroughly investigate communicability. A Q study of eight interpretations of quantum facts, genuinely worldviews in themselves, is the vehicle for the exposition, and two rotations, both theoretical, are examined. The first rotation is an exercise in intellectual curiosity (intellectual play) that was carried out in 2001; the second ensued from work published by Simon Watts and Paul Stenner in 2003 and from comments and responses to them by Steven Brown.

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Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.15133/j.os.2005.003
Journal Operant Subjectivity
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Michael Stricklin. (2005). Eight quantum realities redux: Finding David Bohm. Operant Subjectivity, 28(3/4), 145–166. doi:10.15133/j.os.2005.003