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The Interdependencies of Theory Formation, Revision, and Experimentation [chapter]

BRIAN FALKENHAINER, SHANKAR RAJAMONEY
1988 Machine Learning Proceedings 1988  
Unlike IDS, our system uses analogy to focus the formation and revision of theories, and directed experiments to test the generated and revised theories. * Theory formation and experimentation 13 Discussion  ...  Theory formation, revision and experimentation are viewed as interrelated and interdependent processes that require each system to postulate well-defined, theoretically motivated queries to use the expertise  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-934613-64-4.50041-4 fatcat:x3zo6zmxtrhqxkn4izwsoc3t3y

INTERDEPENDENCY GROUP MODERATION AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS AND AUDIT PERFORMANCE

Ardianto Ardianto
2013 Journal of Economics, Business & Accountancy  
The method used is the basis of goal setting theory and valence instrumentality expectancy theory.  ...  Besides that, this study also tests the effect of the interdependence moderation on the relationship between group fairness and audit performance.  ...  Experimental Design The design for test of moderating effect levels of interdependence on the relationship between fairness and the performance audit is presented in Table 1 .  ... 
doi:10.14414/jebav.v16i1.130 fatcat:hrmaz6i4hrfylaty6mkpcfan5i

Page 374 of Educational and Psychological Measurement Vol. 62, Issue 2 [page]

2002 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
Kolb argued that the requirement that the test meet statistical criteria of independ- ence and stability was inappropriate in the case of experiential theory, as it is based on assumptions of interdependence  ...  Studies of the revised version continued to report similar psychometric prob- lems.  ... 

Page 959 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 43, Issue 7 [page]

1969 Psychological Abstracts  
California, Berkeley) Interdependence and in- equality: A specification of the Davis-Moore theory. Sociometry, 1969, 32(1), 13-23.  ...  Combining this idea with the Davis-Moore theory leads to a number of empirically testable deductions concerning the relation between interdependence and the stratification structure.  ... 

Page 4405 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 91, Issue 12 [page]

2004 Psychological Abstracts  
Participants also completed the Revised Death Attitude Profile, a Stroop task, and a version of the Implicit Association Test using death-related words.  ...  (University of California, Berkeley, CA) Power and impression formation: The effects of power on the desire for morality and competence infor- mation. Social Cognition, 2004(Aug), Vol 22(4), 391-421.  ... 

Page 398 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 75, Issue 2 [page]

1988 Psychological Abstracts  
Several major revisions of UR axioms and theorems are also generated. 4340. Thorne, Avril. (Wellesley Coll) The press of personality: A study of conversations between introverts and extraverts.  ...  —Presents an expansion and reformula- tion of uncertainty reduction (UR) theory.  ... 

Genealogies of European governance

Mark Bevir, Ryan Phillips
2016 Comparative European Politics  
primary similarities and differences, criticizing their underlying commitment to the development of comprehensive theories and articulating the beginnings of an alternative research agenda.  ...  and local traditions in contemporary forms of European governance.  ...  To take one example, theories of MLG, regulatory governance and experimentalism cite the fact of interdependence as one factor that accounts for the new process, pattern or method of governance that they  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41295-016-0080-8 fatcat:a4krx5n3frewnhvi6qo4hbdkv4

Emotion and Group Cohesion in Productive Exchange

Edward J. Lawler, Shane R. Thye, Jeongkoo Yoon
2000 American Journal of Sociology  
This study refines and experimentally tests a theory of relational cohesion that explains how and when actors become committed to one another in the context of multiactor exchange.  ...  This study refines and experimentally tests a theory of relational cohesion that explains how and when actors become committed to one another in the context of multiactor exchange.  ...  If social identity theories are correct, and there is much evidence to support their fundamental claims, then repetitive exchange in the context of interdependence should be a basis for the formation of  ... 
doi:10.1086/318965 fatcat:v453ndsvjbgk5migpahv2bex6i

Page 50 of SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering Vol. 3, Issue 1 [page]

2000 SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering  
An undesirable interdependency of the saturation functions is avoided by their calculation from different data sets.  ...  Experimental Technique The method depends on experimental data on the distribution of fluids during flooding experiments.  ... 

Acceptability and effectiveness of group contingencies for improving spelling achievement

Timothy L. Turco, Stephen N. Elliott
1990 Journal of School Psychology  
This project would not have been possible without the assistance and approval of the administration, teachers, and parents of St. Charles Parish Public Schools.  ...  I am especially appreciative of the contributions of Coy L. Landry, Dr.  ...  Group formation. After parent permission was obtained, students were administered the Wide Range Achievement Test -Revised.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0022-4405(90)90034-5 fatcat:qrqab2za35gvtgdsf7srtzomma

The Effect of Ostracism on Adults' Materialism: The Roles of Security and Self-Construal

Jiaxi Feng, Yichen Wang, Zhiyu Ji, Denghao Zhang
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
This study explored the formation of materialism in adults, based on the temporal need–threat model of ostracism and the theory of materialistic values.  ...  Specifically, this study examined the link between ostracism and materialism from the perspective of security and the moderating role of self-construal in this process.  ...  For the interdependent self-construal group, the mean of the independent self-construal score is 4.80, and the mean of the interdependent self-construal score is 5.48.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.796924 pmid:35519641 pmcid:PMC9062183 fatcat:r53uo4i42bc5dmiv5wqltl64rm

Are all airways equal?

Tilo Winkler, Jose G. Venegas
2012 Journal of applied physiology  
airway smooth muscle, interactions among airways and with the parenchyma, predicted the formation of VDefs (12) and other effects of complex airway behavior (14, 15) during bronchoconstriction.  ...  An answer to these and similar questions likely comes from the integrative behavior of the lung.  ...  In our case, combining theory, computational modeling, and experimental findings suggest that large and small airways may be equal or similar by design, but their interdependence may force them into very  ... 
doi:10.1152/japplphysiol.00253.2012 pmid:22383504 fatcat:zw44vvm2ebbn7dagjcxfy3zxdq

Variability and Prediction of Measurement Error in Kolb's Learning Style Inventory Scores a Reliability Generalization Study

Robin K. Henson, Dae-Yeop Hwang
2002 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
Kolb (1985) therefore revised the format and scoring of the instrument, resulting in 12 rows of four sentence completion items that related to the four learning styles.  ...  the tendency for the negative interdependence of the correlations.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0013164402062004011 fatcat:liuifogk5ney7axn6hytm3yn4e

Philosophy and Atomic Physics

T. BERGSTEIN
1970 Nature  
and completeness of quantum theory, but also to show how the gradual gathering of experimental evidence has necessitated the formation of the theory.  ...  The investigation is meant to serve as the basis for discussing the interdependence of scienee and philosophy.  ... 
doi:10.1038/227867a0 fatcat:koiq6hzrp5hlfb2x4n6zsvpcqu

Page 837 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 84, Issue 3 [page]

1997 Psychological Abstracts  
TABLE OF CONTENTS (Abbreviated) Acknowledgments « Preface « Introduction: The problem of in- formation « Socio-technological context « The definition of in- formation « Problem solving and learning theories  ...  He defends a substantival theory of the self as an enduring and irreducible entity—a theory which is unashamably committed to a distinctly non-Cartesian dualism of self and body.  ... 
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