Frye's standard

Frye's standard

(frī) [Fm. Frye v. U.S. 1923]
One of several standards governing the admissibility of scientific or expert testimony in courts of law. To gain acceptance the proposed evidence or testimony must agree with generally accepted scientific methods or thinking.
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According to Friedman, Frye's standard comic resolution, marriage, "represents, not the triumph of youthful romantic love over the elder generation, but the victory of society over the unruly sexual impulses of the Forgiven Comic Hero" (153).