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Incompletely theorized agreements are, therefore, less viable when the Supreme Court adjudicates constitutional issues because the doctrine of stare decisis is particularly weak when a court is not subject to review by a higher court and is interpreting a foundational document.
We theorized that student use of meta-cognitive strategies (Flowerday & Schraw, 2000) would be illustrated through student communication (both verbal and written) and peer interactions in both full class and small group work.
What is needed now is an approach that will explain the absence of conflict not as a void but as a theorized structure within which activity can occur.
Unless mass education which teaches obligations as well as rights can be successfully established on the basis of a mainstream national identity, properly theorized and evoking commitment, an open, market-based economy, able to hold its own against foreign competition, is much less likely.
For example, some evolutionary psychologists have theorized that women everywhere prefer to mate monogamously with men who have lots of resources and status, as a way to ensure the survival of offspring.
Thompson's group theorized that such drugs, called HDAC inhibitors, also might counteract the gene disruptions caused by glutamineladen proteins.
In blind people, cells that usually focus on vision are drafted into tactile service and promote a heightened sense of touch relative to that of sighted folk, the scientists theorized. Other investigators find that tactile stimulation on the tongue, of all places, can partially restore eyesight to blind people (SN: 9/1/01, p.
If the presence of alcohol was the key to cardiac health, Hines and her colleagues theorized, people with two copies of the gene making the slow ethanol-clearing enzyme would have less heart disease than those so-called fast metabolizers, who have two copies for the fast enzyme.
Freud used this technique, which he called free association, to probe theorized unconscious conflicts that resist direct expression.
Since pinnae vary from person to person, each human brain must gradually learn the shape of its body's ears in order to process auditory information, scientists have theorized. Studies of people wearing plastic molds that alter the shapes of their ears have confirmed that theory, but participants needed no learning time to readapt to their original pinnae.
Overall, this situation appears comparable to "a divided blue underclass oppressed by a unified yellow elite," Young theorized at the recent symposium.
Prior to that, several investigators had theorized that some Classic caves had been sites of ritual activity directed by shamans or priests, but the nature of these ceremonies and their relationship to the wider realm of religious, political, and economic life remained largely unknown.