Whenever a research is done, you must reject or accept a null hypothesis (the one you consider is not correct) or your work hypothesis (the theory you think is must probably accurate or close to the truth) usually, when performing a research, you will not always obtain positive or statistically significant results, that validate your hypothesis. Is actually, not unusual that extremes (or extraordinary results) come out (unexpected for several reasons: incorrect size of the sample, improper selection of the subjects- a bias- lack of correct determination of the variable measured or failure to determine the type of the variable-numerical, categorical, ratio,etc-)
Positive or negative results are yet, results whether they prove or reject your hypothesis. Failing to establish a scientific hypothesis does not necessarily mean that they did something wrong, it just says that the hypothesis tested does not approach correctly to the epistemological truth (ultimately, any research is only a mere approximation to reality). Therefore, when two scientists deny sharing unusual results, they are acting unethically, hiding results that can mean something from a different point of view.
Nicholson, R. S. (1989). On being a scientist. Science, 246(4928), 305-306.
All of the following are steps your group should follow to be effective, except:a.Identify and define the problem.b.Analyze the problem.c.Discuss one solution.d.Take action.
(C) Discuss one solution.
Fredrich is a student in your class and is frequently disruptive. Your professor has asked him to stop talking four times and to stop texting three times just in today's class. Finally, your professor asks him to leave, and when Fredrich says, "Make me," your professor loses it and knocks him out with a right cross to the jaw. Fredrich is now suing your professor for civil battery. Both sides believe that you can provide valuable information for their sides. Which discovery method should they use to get your information?
A deposition can be described as a witness who is used to gather information for the discovery of an event which occurred. A deposition can also be used for a trial under some circumstances. Usually, a deposition procedure starts with the swearing of a witness. If a deposition does not solve a case then it will most likely move to the court for trials.
Hence, the best discovery method they should use to gather information is through deposition.
Which of the following statements about culture is true? Group of answer choices A. A person always represents the culture of his or her national origin. B.Our dominant culture affects how we communicate, but not how we think. C.The differences between national cultures are strong and unchanging.D. It is impossible to communicate with people unless you understand their cultural roots. E. Cultures change as people, ideas, and things move across borders.
E. Cultures change as people, ideas, and things move across borders.
How did the United States expand its borders to include 48 of the 50 states?
According to the timeline, which of these is the oldest active political party? A) Democratic
A _____________ refers to social stratification based on both birth and individual achievement. caste system class system ideology none of the above
The predominant religion of the Ghana Empire was _____.
Why is Nelson Mandela important to society?
Christina is in the eighth grade and is taking pre-algebra. she is doing very well and will be taking algebra 1 next year. christina is most likely in which of piaget's stages of cognitive development?