researcher


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a scientist who devotes himself to doing research

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The researcher applied case study research to understand Kuwaiti special education teachers' attitudes toward autistic children.
In fact, since the researcher herself is the main data collection instrument (Merriam, 1991, p.
This month's column explores why researchers and NCLB express enthusiasm for experimental research designs, why schools may hesitate to participate, and possible win-win solutions.
Embryonic stem cells are particularly attractive to researchers because they have more potential than adult and fetal stem cells.
First and foremost, new researchers should be aware, and older ones occasionally reminded, that DG funds are distributed in a competition.
It will also teach them that researchers can never know for sure where the facts will lead them.
This vision rests upon 'ethics of caring' for the researched, the researchers, and the products of the study.
the funder will pay the researcher regardless of the results), the research would be deemed "funded," without regard to whether the amount paid is determined by the researcher's cost or some other formula, or is contractually fixed.
At other schools, researchers are exploring ways to build archives of digitized three-dimensional content--data previously experienced only by human contact or laboratory work.
A need exists to link bench researchers and community resources.
A researcher is obligated to honor a teenager's decision if he or she believes that it represents an informed choice.
You will probably have many other questions for the researcher.
The lead researcher, University of Chicago sociologist Edward O.
One researcher commented that he has found significant works by scanning contents pages at bookstores and at publisher's displays at conferences.
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