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Bias of an exposure-outcome association occurs when there is any noncausal path on the DAG from the exposure to the outcome.
One important challenge stems from the non-experimental nature of most policy research, which makes it difficult to distinguish between causal relationships and noncausal associations.
The unified topology of the dreaming and lived worlds can only be grasped if the "checkered tablecloth of Cartesian space-time" is pulled out from under the externally observed world, leaving the multidimensional, unbound, fluid contours of a noncausal, visionary space-time to expand or contract according to individual experience.
Their model provides an alternative, noncausal explanation for an observed correlation (negative or otherwise) between firm profits and board size.
This lack of information is crucial to the phenomenon of rational discrimination on the basis of noncausal characteristics and, indeed, is the entire basis for the existence of the inferential problem in the first place.
Goetz (philosophy, Ursinus College) has written a monograph that presents his case for noncausal agency (free will and moral responsibility) as it relates to current discussions of the metaphysics of human freedom.
Successful learning is thus inextricably connected (but in a noncausal way) to the identity trajectory of the learner.
respiratory syndromes, which peak in winter) were excluded to avoid noncausal effects.
This is a case of noncausal overdetermination, the philosophical idea that a fact can obtain for multiple sufficient reasons.
In the case of the massacres at Sabra and Shatila, the varieties of mitigation work in the following way: The nation of Israel exercises what Fletcher considers a noncausal influence on Sharon, thereby mitigating his guilt.
The emerging conceptions bridge the conflicting elements of the traditional two cultures into a unified view through a more inclusive understanding of the action of causal and noncausal factors that activate our culture.
But while underlining the fictitious, noncausal nature of pure mathematics, Campanella identified the metaphysical foundation of the mundus mathematicus in spatial extension.