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McGlone's study will need to be replicated and the fact remains that there is still a wealth of information suggesting that men are, on the whole, innately better than women at spatial-rotation tasks.
Those who do not possess some basic statistical knowledge can easily misconstrue the part of the article that asserts that measures of gain innately have more noise than raw scores, A very basic statistical fact is: the variance of a difference between two variables is equal to the sum of the variances minus two times the covariance between the two variables.
They seem innately expressive, but of whom--or what?
Sometimes called folk artists, primitive artists or naive artists, these inspired individuals never had formal art training; they simply create paintings because they were innately compelled to do so.
I was instantly rubbed up the wrong way by this because it seemed to me that Lindsey was assuming his view on globalization to be the correct one, and although he is saying that he is examining the topic through "clear-eyes" how can this possibly be when all humans innately have biases, so at some point, whether that be consciously or not, his personal viewpoint will affect what he is writing.
Democracy is innately more effective, because it possesses at its heart a method of ejecting poor government.
It is a prompting of the heart but innately untrustworthy.
Known as "biophilia," we humans are innately attracted to nature according to experts.
Beneath the veneer of civility, are people innately aggressive?
The study recommended that governing bodies view governance principles as innately linked to each other and support them as a whole.
His treatment also represents what might be called a post-Orientalist approach to his subject: He rejects the notion that the Middle East is any more "mysterious" or "exotic" than other areas(including the United States), questions whether foreign "experts" have insights or knowledge a bout this region that are innately superior to or more "objective" than those of its inhabitants, and is keenly aware of the dangers of stereotyping or over-generalizing when dealing with what is in reality a vastly complex and diverse world of individuals and cultures.
As such, the beast represents the nature of all capitalist enterprises--neither innately good nor bad, simply resolved to nourish itself and grow.