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Now the investigator can create multiple final hypotheses explaining the various possibilities for how the event may have happened.
In The Origins of Justice, O'Manique develops hypotheses about the origins of human rights and justice that challenge the writings of modern theorists such as Rawls and Nozick.
Theories are defined in a number of introductory biology textbooks as hypotheses with great predictive value.
Problem formulation is an inferential product and involves the clinician in generating and then testing hypotheses about the origins, dynamics, and possible consequences of a client's problems (Gambrill, 1990; Haverkamp, 1993; Hepworth, Rooney & Larsen, 1997).
These hypotheses, plus the availability of mass-sources and family reconstitution techniques, have allowed many to try to measure the demographical impact of proto-industrialization.
The testing of hypotheses that the Court's emphasized language requires is called "hypothesis testing" and as the Court's quotations indicate, hypothesis testing is the essence of the scientific method.
Formal hypotheses are posed that are tested and either accepted or rejected.
Lee's stated hypotheses are that "students' prior social knowledge of the themes, values, and social conventions on which texts are based and their skill in signifying may be productively drawn upon to teach skills in literary analysis.
The hypothesis-testing approach to the study of human judgment views the lay scientist as actively constructing and testing explanatory hypotheses in response to uncertain conditions (e.
In fact, institutional investors failed to support any of the study's three hypotheses and, together with corporate CFOs, agreed that the annual's information content has, indeed, improved over the past five years.
This is because not only the prior probability but also joint probabilities are required to compute the probability of hypotheses from evidence.
Shapiro dissects related hypotheses, which place the origin of life in cloud droplets or hot springs on the ocean floor and specify the first living stuff variously as protein or DNA or RNA, and finds the same bias at work.