Definition of Misconception. Meaning of Misconception. Synonyms of Misconception

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Definition of Misconception

Misconception
Misconception Mis`con*cep"tion, n. Erroneous conception; false opinion; wrong understanding. --Harvey.

Meaning of Misconception from wikipedia

- misconception in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Misconception may refer to: List of common misconceptions Scientific misconceptions "Misconception"...
- Each entry on this list of common misconceptions is worded as a correction; the misconceptions themselves are implied rather than stated. These entries...
- The Misconceptions of Us is the third studio album released by South Korean boy band Shinee. It consists of two parts, Dream Girl – The Misconceptions of...
- Immaculate Misconception is a word play on Immaculate Conception. It may refer to: "Immaculate Misconception", a song by Motionless in White "Immaculate...
- Scientific misconceptions are commonly held beliefs about science that have no basis in actual scientific fact. Scientific misconceptions can also refer...
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- Therapeutic misconception is a common ethical problem encountered in human subjects research. It was originally described in 1982 by Paul Appelbaum and...
- closely involved in changing the lemming po****tion.[citation needed] Misconceptions about lemmings go back many centuries. In the 1530s, geographer Zeigler...
- English language usage that are do****ented by a reliable source to be misconceptions. With no authoritative language academy, guidance on English language...
- Eskimo (/ˈɛskɪmoʊ/) is an exonym used to refer to two closely related Indigenous peoples: the Inuit (including the Alaska Native Iñupiat, the Greenlandic...