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an operation employed to resolve an uncertainty

to engage in experiments

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a venture at something new or different

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to conduct a test or investigation

try something new, as in order to gain experience

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The research team found that the effect of male experimenters on the rodents' stress levels was due to smell.
Because mental stress testing involves interactions between experimenters who induce stress (e.
It is this sort of story that Johnson brings to each of the ten experiments and the experimenters.
Each time, the experimenter started with a plain face followed by a series of displays that included sticking out the tongue, opening the mouth, smacking the lips, opening a hand, and spinning a face-sized colored disk.
Using an ABAB reversal design, the experimenter measured the ecological effects of teacher resistant behaviors on consultant therapeutic behavior.
After completing these tasks, the experimenters will hand out a questionnaire.
The concrete experiencers also reach for a few pieces, although more cautiously than the active experimenters, preferring to feel their way through the task.
Experimenters address concerns about preserving the biological integrity of species by referring to genetic alterations as "minor" - involving perhaps one out of 50,000-100,000 genes.
As one might anticipate, the experimenters did not stop with developing this test, but have utilized the procedure to distinguish a direction for new metal-resisting technology.
Tempest allows an experimenter to access experiments and data from a networked desktop in their office.
Forty white 15-month-old babies sat on their parents' laps while watching two white experimenters divide toys between recipients.
In the past, experimenters have shone micro-laser beams through minute holes to create beams of nanoscale dimensions, notes electrical engineer Kenneth B.
The experimenters calculated the inter-observer agreement on both wobbles and duration of standing.