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a seeking of knowledge, data, or the truth about something

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Also as mentioned earlier, cross-sectional research cannot fully demonstrate changes over time as can longitudinal research.
For the next phase of this research, these integrated tools will be piloted from 2015 as part of a longitudinal research project to be conducted in under-resourced communities in Cape Town.
New longitudinal research shows, however, that some overeducated workers continue to receive lower wages over the long term.
During the 3 years of the career development grant, I will engage in a rigorous clinical and methodological training plan and will conduct a longitudinal research study focused on hospice use among children using innovative econometric and geographic techniques.
The literature on gender and power is immense, and the longitudinal research presented in this book could allow the authors to make a real contribution by bringing it to bear on their data.
Among their topics are paradigms and philosophies, mixed methods research, longitudinal research, ethnography, feminist research, symbolic interactionism, quasi-experimental design, measurement instruments, questionnaire construction, and the presentation and discussion of results.
A series of longitudinal research studies of young children's developing knowledge and skills in literacy have been conducted at the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) over the past decade.
For example, the Framingham Heart study (a massive longitudinal research program started in 1948) reported that when workers take annual vacations, their risk for a heart attack is reduced by 30 percent in men and 50 percent in women.
Longitudinal research is needed to test this model in an applied setting and its implication of effective outcome.
These findings suggest a need for longitudinal research to better understand predictors and outcomes of video game use in children with ASD and ADHD.
Axelson won the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry's Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation Award for his longitudinal research on 140 children and adolescents who met an operationalized diagnosis of BP-NOS.
Large scale longitudinal research (Morgan, Farkas, & Wu, 2009) and a meta-analysis (Duncan et al.
If confirmed with longitudinal research, obese African women should be encouraged to lose weight before pregnancy and be strongly advised to deliver in a facility capable of providing emergency care.
Examining the tendencies and the benefits of sharing learned workplace strategies is the focus of High Potentials in the Pipeline: Leaders Pay it Forward, one of the latest reports in the longitudinal research series by Catalyst, an advocacy organization supporting professional women.
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