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  • In this way the selection is made when a theory is an empirically better fit.
  • In order to do so, they believed that the scientific method, an empirically based scientific measure, could be applied to human behavior.
  • This approach has received considerable research over the past 50 years and can be considered an empirically valid process.
  • The Good Behavior Game is an empirically-based group behavior management strategy.
  • One of Selman's principal additions to the theory has been an empirically supported developmental theory of role taking ability.
  • For example, the effluvial theory of static electricity is an empirically successful theory whose central unobservable terms have been replaced by later theories.
  • They worked on developing an empirically based theory of consciousness, and undertook a study on Multiple Personality Disorder.
  • Doke later created a different system, based on an empirically informed conception of the nature of click consonants.
  • Biomass estimates are often converted to an energy measure, such as kilocalories, by an empirically determined conversion factor.
  • This approach provides an empirically successful model of the detectability of single and combined visual regularities, whether or not perturbed by noise.
  • Vicarious traumatization, while not well known by the general public, is an empirically recognized occupational hazard for service providers.
  • According to one of his colleagues, his work was not without theological preferences and bias, but he presented himself as an empirically oriented psychologist.
  • LYS is an empirically based handicapping system used in yacht racing in the Nordic countries.
  • Systematic treatment selection (STS) is an empirically derived approach to the practice of psychotherapy.
  • Carol Krumhansl and Mark Schmuckler proposed an empirically grounded key-finding algorithm which bears their names.
  • To account for this real-life increase in process variation over time, an empirically-based 1.5 sigma shift is introduced into the calculation.
  • Conversely, the scientific distinction between Is and Ought means there cannot be an empirically given Is from which an axiologically charged Ought can be drawn.
  • In her book, Snow attempts to lay out an empirically grounded theory of virtue, hoping to avoid the challenges posed by philosophical situationists.
  • The number of proposed traits has varied; however, there is some consensus over an empirically driven theory known as the "Big 5" personality model.
  • The psychoacoustic model uses an empirically determined masking model to determine which sub-bands contribute more to the masking threshold, and how much quantization noise each can contain without being perceived.
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