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predict

(pri-dikt′) [L. praedicere, to foretell]
To declare what will happen; foretell. In clinical observations, it is to make an educated estimate about the natural history of a disease or its prognosis.
predictable (-dikt′ă-bĕl), adjectivepredictive (-dik′tiv)
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For this, Table 2 presents the means and confidence intervals for a "learned predictiveness index (LPI)" of the different groups involved in each experiment.
Because of the smaller proportion of flexible spending accounts relative to traditional credit cards, analyzing the predictiveness on the aggregate level would dilute the impact of each variation.
Evaluating the predictiveness of a continuous marker.
To specify if the relationships between aggression and communication skills, problem-solving skills and academic achievement differ according to developmental periods, predictiveness of these variables on aggression might be examined cross-sectionally.
The attribute value predictiveness score indicates the probability that a particular instance resides in a specified class.
The happiness data (Table 10), however, consistently revealed greater predictiveness from the other's current data.
Indeed, it would seem that globalization can occupy a position at any point on a continuum from grand inclusive theory about world change to a portmanteau term to cover whatever changes you want to put in it, but with no intention of theory, cause-effect, taxonomy, or predictiveness.
CARE 1295, 1298 (1998) (charting the predictiveness of these and other factors); see also Mark A.
Meta-analyses of the magnitude of effect sizes corroborate the predictiveness of perceived self-efficacy across age and diverse spheres of functioning .
Second, the predictiveness of Branch 2 scores for academic performance in Honors students was small albeit significant.
The R squared value for this single factor could be considered as quite high compared to the predictiveness of other quantitative scales seeking to capture abstract psychological dispositions (see Peterson, 1991 for comparisons).
Developmental determinants of self-efficacy predictiveness.