researcher


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a scientist who devotes himself to doing research

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The researcher focused on special education teachers who work directly with autistic children in the Autism School in Kuwait.
It was hard work to externalize and examine the meanings I placed on dog-and-chicken conflicts so that as a researcher I was finally able to understand the meanings these same events held for our Moroccan neighbors.
Johns Hopkins University researcher Robert Slavin has proposed a solution called "paired awards." Districts wishing to try an intervention would apply for a grant and, at the same time, identify pairs of schools (or teachers within schools) willing to participate in research.
A University of Texas researcher finds that the tones produced by the inner ears of lesbians are weaker and not as numerous as those produced by straight women.
While successfully evading researchers' efforts to understand why and how it starts and progresses, Parkinson's disease has shown scientists what it does to the brain-it kills the neurons that control the release of dopamine, a chemical which is important in controlling movement.
The centerpiece of the commentary is the Discovery Grants program (previously known as Research or Operating Grants), which I view as the "meat and potatoes" and most cherished money of many researchers. NSERC DG grants seem the most difficult to increment, but they are the backbone of our curiosity driven research efforts.
What you may not realize is that NIDA researchers are discovering fascinating connections between obesity and another key teen health issue: drug addiction.
Based on the terms of the arrangement between the funder and the researcher, there are two primary questions: who retains "substantial rights" to the research results and who bears the economic risk of the project (i.e., will payment be made if the project is unsuccessful?).
Sudhalter is not alone; all over the country, researchers and university affiliates alike are beginning to understand the power and convenience of digital libraries.
This requirement presents significant challenges to researchers who work with sexually active adolescents.
You will probably have many other questions for the researcher. Again, it may be helpful to write them down.
But researchers, like Judy Helgin, lead researcher at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, doubt the explanation, saying that the abnormalities were inconsistent and too numerous and varied to be attributed to parasites.
In order to discover these factors, the researcher needed to first identify the students who were living in low-SES homes.
Focus groups can be viewed as a collaborative approach to research, involving participants and the researcher in what Field (2000) refers to as a "collective identity" (p.
"Japanese data are always beautiful," said a French researcher from Columbia University, "but usually they support other findings.
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