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the relation between causes and effects

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Causal relationships in the strategic realm can be incredibly complex.
Holmlund, Lindahl, and Plug suggest further research be conducted about causal relationships in order for positive changes to be made in future educational and labor market outcomes.
Also, it was possible to identify causal relationships that affect the occurrence or development of the phenomenon studied.
The research team also found modest relationships supporting a causal relationship between intake of several other foods and vitamins and heart disease risk, including fish, omega-3 fatty acids from marine sources, folate, whole grains, alcohol, fruits, fibre and dietary vitamins E and C and beta carotene.
data, however, these causal relationships are strictly positive.
Dubner, because it questions things like causal relationships that most of us take for granted.
The National Panel is an independent body that strives to provide comprehensive and unbiased reviews and analyses, and which applies rigorous, systematic, and transparent research review methods in order to evaluate the scientific evidence for causal relationships between interventions and outcomes.
2004) appropriately acknowledged that their study was a hypothesis-generating study and they did not attempt to draw conclusions about causal relationships.
Although no causal relationships were assessed to determine if females reported higher levels of burnout, this finding is supported by past literature that stated that more females than males work in the field of education.
Recent developments in technology, methodology, and collaborative research have clearly advanced the ability to determine causal relationships.
Further reflecting the critical significance of insight and comprehension, some theorists and researchers define knowledge as a set of beliefs about causal relationships between actions and their probable consequences.
Table 4 represents the results of the causal relationships between exports and growth in the Arab countries.
As illustrated in Exhibit 1, the theory proposes that direct causal relationships exist between a fund's current relative performance and historical performance rankings as represented by the relative performance of a fund for the period being evaluated (CURRENT PER) and the relative performance of a fund for three years (RANK03) and five years (RANK05) prior to the year being evaluated.
In contrast, it appears the right hemisphere is poor at making inferences and seeing causal relationships on its own.