Research Design Final

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Scientific Explanation

Scientific Explanation

Scientific Explanation

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Rationalism

Empiricism

Characteristics of Theory

Ablitiy to Account for Data

Explanatory Relevance

Testablity

Prediction of Novel Events

Parsimony

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a theory should fail empirical testing if the specific condidtions of theory are not present (falsafiability)

account for existing data, explanatory relevance, parsimony, prediction of novel events, and testablitiy

a theory must account for most of the existing data within its domain

a theory should predict new phenomena, within its domain a theory should predict byond those fo rwhith c the theory was originally designed

using the scientific method in order to explain things about the universe

a theory must provide an explanation for a phenomon, and offer good ground for believing that phenomonon would occur under the specified conditions

a doctrine, that valid conclusions about the universe could be drawn through the use of pure reason

an explanation based on the application of accepted scientific methods

a theory should account for phenomena within its domain in the simplies terms possible and with few assumptions, short but gets the point accross

is parsimonious, general, tentative, and rigorously evaluated

is empirical, rational, and testable

based on own sense of what is true about the world around us, loose explanations


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