balanced study

balanced study

A clinical trial in which a particular type of participant/subject/patient is equally represented in each study group.
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The result is a carefully balanced study of Hughes's life and times, one free from any narrow thesis or critical agenda that might otherwise distort Hughes's art.
It is hard to imagine how he could have produced a book on Ewell that could match, much less set itself apart from, Pfanz's thorough and balanced study.
In writing Six Days of War, Oren set out to write "the balanced study of the military and political facets of the [1967] war, [and] the interplay between its international, regional, and domestic dimensions.
The group is no more interested in a balanced study than is the MTA.
And that fair and balanced study from ten years ago was conducted before Fox News even existed.
This volume is neither a comprehensive nor a balanced study of its professed subject.
This comprehensive and balanced study of Cromwell 'as a military figure', the first since T.
Tremblay cites Chao Huashan's work on Manichean paintings at Turfan (which many think over-ambitious in its identification of Manichean subject matter) but not Moriyasu Takao's much more balanced study (which the author mentions but did not consult).
a professor of history at Lycoming College, has produced a balanced study that makes a substantial contribution to the histories of American missions, ecumenism, and Presbyterianism.
More recently, Penguin Books, inaugurating a similar project, Penguin Lives, produced, as its first offering, an incisive and balanced study of Augustine by Garry Wills, which was reviewed in Time magazine.
It is a balanced study in that, while Sullivan sees a system which persisted and met its basic goals, he acknowledges that magistrates and even jurors under English rule, were chosen from the select group "in whose hands the wealth of the community had become increasingly concentrated" (p.
This very thorough and balanced study is, ironically, given its subject, carried out at a consistently abstract level.