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  • He was the first to empirically prove that hot water freezes faster than cold water.
  • After discussing his ideas, Hall helped Cross devise ways to empirically test his model.
  • The empirical area of his work focuses mainly on scientific experiments designed to empirically test his logical learning theory.
  • The same technique can also be used to empirically construct family trees of languages which closely correspond to the trees constructed using historical methods.
  • Often, the options are changed for each run of dd in a multi-step process to empirically produce desired results.
  • Price-Smith was also the first to empirically model an index for State Capacity variables.
  • Several studies, such as Milgram's small world experiment, have been conducted to empirically measure this connectedness.
  • Economic 'trust games' are popularly used to empirically quantify trust in relationships under laboratory conditions.
  • He was the first to empirically discover and clearly describe deficiency diseases.
  • A more fundamental development is the shift from normative to empirically based approaches.
  • Further he suggested using ammunition with reduced propellant loads to empirically test actual projectile flight behavior at lower velocities.
  • Thinkers have only just begun to empirically explore the factors that cause a person to feel as though they are in control -- particularly, in control of a physical action.
  • In 2008, an attempt was made to empirically verify the proposed model.
  • As such this approach represents an attempt to empirically validate applied behavior analysis and verbal behavior for problems such as depression and other common clinical problems.
  • It is used to empirically measure productive efficiency of decision making units (or DMUs).
  • One approach has been to empirically generate the similarity matrices.
  • Constitution type or body type refer to a number of classification systems or typology systems used to empirically or theoretically classify the body shape of a human individual.
  • Most criticism center around the difficulties to empirically test the theory and model and the broadness of the theory that makes it challenging to intervene at an any given level.
  • His dissertation was the first of many studies to empirically document the effectiveness of the non-directive approach in counseling.
  • Project Nemaload is a current research program which is trying to empirically establish the relevant biological facts which are necessary for a true bottom up simulation.
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