Definition of Hypothesized. Meaning of Hypothesized. Synonyms of Hypothesized

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Meaning of Hypothesized from wikipedia

- determine how likely it is that the overall effect would be observed if the hypothesized relation does not exist. If that likelihood is sufficiently small (e...
- term; "Thanatos" was introduced in this context by Paul Federn. Freud hypothesized that libido is a form of mental energy with which processes, structures...
- out any object with Tyche's characteristics, indicating that Tyche as hypothesized by Matese, Whitman, and Whitmire does not exist. Matese, Whitmire and...
- Null morpheme, a concept in linguistics Null result, the absence of a hypothesized effect in the outcome of a scientific experiment KK Null (born 1961)...
- to a theory in order to save it from being falsified. Often, ad hoc hypothesizing is emplo**** to compensate for anomalies not anti****ted by the theory...
- This is a list of known and hypothesized particles. Elementary particles are particles with no measurable internal structure; that is, it is unknown whether...
- medical microbiology Robert Koch. The existence of microorganisms was hypothesized for many centuries before their actual discovery. The existence of unseen...
- The word prion derives from "proteinaceous infectious particle". The hypothesized role of a protein as an infectious agent stands in contrast to all other...
- light. Tachyons, particles whose speed exceeds that of light, have been hypothesized, but their existence would violate causality, and the consensus of physicists...
- disasters, ranging from car crashes to world-historical events. It is hypothesized that the normalcy bias may be caused by the way the brain processes new...
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