empirical indicator


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empirical indicator

An instrument, experimental condition, or clinical procedure that is used for observation, measurement, or protocol writing, esp. in clinical research.
See also: indicator
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The article discusses the expanding use of empirical indicators across all the major sports.
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Chapter 4, by Alan Simmons, uses a number of empirical indicators to argue that contemporary Canadian immigration policy is characterized by neo-racist policy elements, which arise when racist and non-racist elements co-exist, despite tension.
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