In my behavioral research I look for conceptions of reality, on the one hand, and mathematical forms of empirical observations, on the other hand, that together produce stable patterns, or laws. Thus, I believe, behavioral research domains, and in particular the human sciences, can become more scientific, and their results more replicable. Facet Theory (FT) which thrives on rich multi-variable data, and specifically Faceted Action System Theory (FAST), with its yield of replicable insightful results, have been found to provide an efficient research strategy for this endeavor.