empirically based

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  • These projects were large-scale, usually empirically-based, and often lasted for more than one year.
  • The two primary types of erosion models are process-based models and empirically based models.
  • In order to do so, they believed that the scientific method, an empirically based scientific measure, could be applied to human behavior.
  • The combined three forms of reasoning serve as a primary conceptual foundation for the empirically based scientific method today.
  • A central concept in science and the scientific method is that it must be empirically based on the evidence of the senses.
  • Within the psychotherapeutic community there has been some discussion of empirically based psychotherapy.
  • In spite of these restrictions, most generally used practical thermometers are of the empirically based kind.
  • Research conducted under this tradition is empirically based but can be both quantitative or qualitative.
  • The Good Behavior Game is an empirically-based group behavior management strategy.
  • The organization also stresses the importance of appropriate funding for empirically based research on improving end-of-life care.
  • As the system is empirically based the LYS number for each individual model might be subject for evaluation and eventually change.
  • Empirically-based conceptual articles have argued that kleptomania is becoming more common than previously thought, and occurs more frequently among women than men.
  • The only empirically based evidence is that Clovis people hunted large game.
  • Thus, there is a great need for empirically-based guidelines in making decisions related to the initial selection of skills.
  • The early 20th century brought calls, initially from sociologists, for the creation of a new, empirically based science that would study science itself.
  • The publication of empirically based, policy-oriented research is given a high priority in the journal in order to further critical discussion.
  • Empirically based temperature scales rely directly on measurements of simple physical properties of materials.
  • There have been some continued empirically based arguments for a return to the diagnosis of melancholia.
  • Functional contextualists, on the other hand, seek to predict and influence events using empirically based concepts and rules.
  • A more fundamental development is the shift from normative to empirically based approaches.
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