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verb assume, conclude, deal in generaliiies, discuss in the abstract, draw inferences, generatim, hypothesize, ignore distinctions, loqui, make a generalizaaion, suppose, surmise, theorize, universalize, universe
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Although the researchers acknowledge that the generalizability of police data is limited, they point out that such data are valuable in establishing that partner violence occurred while a woman was pregnant.
This edition has a new chapter on evaluating research; more on data analysis and interpretation, mixed-methods data collection and analysis techniques, the American Educational Research Association's ethical guidelines and guidance for seeking and obtaining Institutional Review Board approval, and using technology to search literature databases, track references, and build bibliographies; inclusion of digital research tools throughout; and a revised chapter on data collection considerations related to validity, reliability, and generalizability.
Our future goal is to prospectively validate this clinical prediction rule to assess further reproducibility and generalizability," Dr.
This would limit the generalizability of a study's results.
He argues that the biosocial perspective incorporating insights from sociology, anthropology, psychology, behavioral and molecular genetics, the neurosciences, and evolutionary biology that he presents here is necessary in order to truly solve the gender ratio problem, as well as the generalizability problem, which refers to the question of whether theories formulated from evidence of male criminality are applicable to females.
Clinical trials for conditions such as hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and diabetes can certainly benefit from including AD patients by aiding enrollment and improving the generalizability of the findings.
The study was limited by its small size, lack of ethnic minorities, and possible lack of generalizability to other populations, Dr.
Another limitation has to do with the limits of a one-case OSCE and a two-case PVI in terms of their generalizability.
It's inconvenient for patients and has limited generalizability, because they must sit for hours in front of a video camera in a laboratory, preventing the collection of data in a real-world environment.
The authors of an accompanying editorial point out that the strengths of this study are its size, the HPV detection method used (polymerase chain reaction assay) and the generalizability of the findings because of the multiple study locations.
The advanced psychometric techniques of confirmatory factor analysis, generalizability theory, and item response theory are introduced.
In addition, the generalizability of findings based on a single endoscopist's experience is unknown.