To provide an overall justification of causal inference
, Hume must entertain and defeat doubts about causal inference
Matching as Non-parametric Preprocessing for Reducing Model Dependence in Parametric Causal Inference
In addition to the use of inappropriate control variables, there is another major methodological problem with previous studies of Booker's effects: they lack a basis for sound causal inference
Principal stratification in causal inference
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Sas, (93) a case in which timing served was a consideration in the drawing of the causal inference
Tobacco Marketing and Adolescent Smoking: More Support for a Causal Inference
Well-controlled research that leads to causal inferences
about systemic interventions is very difficult to accomplish.
But the study concluded the data "cannot lead to a causal inference
," a qualification Chevron has taken and run with.
However, conclusive research on retention has been difficult to obtain due to causal inference
The second method is logic based and invokes logic and theory with nonexperimental data in an attempt to rule out all reasonable alternative explanations in support of making a single plausible causal inference
But in the passage that is here being discussed, what Vasubandhu says the self-theorist would need is not a causal inference
but rather an abductive inference, an inference to the best explanation.
would still be required through studies of aetiology.