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Whatever level of aggregation, these parameters are related to the time constants of the system, which in effect are reaction times associated with change in the system variables. For example, if one is interested in how people adjust to being laid off, there is a natural lag involved in processing the impact of not coming to work and dealing with the changes in status, and so forth that must be captured in the model. The lags themselves are usually represented by one or more constants that must be estimated by a numerical or statistical process.
Time Constants and Individual Differences Sometimes parameters represent the role of individual differences in a model. For example, in a model of attitude change, some individuals might be more persuasible than others to the influence of the same message.
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