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Fractal transition theory and measurement enable fine-grained analysis of the most seemingly-chaotic of the developmental transition phases. The explication of the fractal nature of those transition dynamics informs study of learning, decision making, and complex systems in general. A hallmark of the fractal measure is the use of thesis-organized transition measures that are orthogonal to time. Using this method, unpredictable behaviors become "rational" when understood in terms of attractorsdoi:10.1037/h0100587 fatcat:kvnzkhojvvgtbp4g6oe5t23so4