empirically tested

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  • First, it has only been empirically tested with displays composed of one or two elements.
  • Until recently, this typology has been used without being empirically tested.
  • The Model has also been empirically tested in several different settings.
  • The authors empirically tested fans of a University men's basketball team.
  • The model and some extensions have been empirically tested and are widely used in the marketing literature.
  • This claim had not been empirically tested until recently.
  • This hypothesis has been publicized in the popular press, but has not been empirically tested.
  • The model of strike behavior has been referenced widely and empirically tested.
  • The theory included many predictions that could be empirically tested.
  • With the ability to use modern, empirically tested personality measures, researchers can link results with religiosity.
  • However, the validity and reliability of the test as a whole have not yet been empirically tested.
  • Every step in the analysis can be logically and empirically tested.
  • Since LOTH came to be it has been empirically tested.
  • But this does not entail that these axioms cannot be empirically tested at all.
  • This classification should be reliable and empirically tested in order to assign offenders to one particular group.
  • Yet, they argued that experimental evidence is a vital step to understanding and developing empirically tested prejudice reduction strategies.
  • Although there have been proposed models of self-fulfilling prophecies including the Pygmalion/Golem effect, no model has been empirically tested.
  • The table below contains an outline of the axioms behind managing conflict in personal relationships and resulting theorems have been empirically tested in social scientific studies.
  • In a study by Fisher & Noble, the hypothesis that task interest is important for self-regulation during performance and task effort was empirically tested.
  • However, it is hard to actually prove why ascriptive inequality occurs because motive based theories cannot be empirically tested because people's motives cannot be observed.
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