ORIGINAL SOURCE: Latin M., Fish R. (1929) A description of co-scriptive dissonance and its parent functions. Dissos 24, 79-82.
As its name suggests, co-scriptive dissonance can only be detected through its linear apparitions. Many contemporary scientists felt this was the key breakthrough in dissonance that they had been working on for nearly fifty years. In the event, virtually all of this work was discredited by Conrad Lacky's nineteen forty-eight book A Fish Out of Water in which he traces Roland Fish's career from the small town of Fish, KA. (over a thousand miles from either coast) to his eventual front page unveiling as a fraudster in the 15th July, 1946 New York Times.