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controlled

(kŏn-trōld′)
1. Supervised, overseen, or closely monitored.
2. Effectively treated.

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However, as noted above, despite the unusual clarity about policy, extraneous forces always prevent these episodes from offering the kind of certitude as a controlled experiment in the physical sciences.
Margaret Raymond and Eric Hanushek respond: The assertion that "archival time-series analysis" is second in quality only to a true controlled experiment is ludicrous.
And scientists based in Germany launched an investigation after one man suffered an asthma attack and swelling of the tongue and throat after being given the food in a controlled experiment.
In a controlled experiment, the more vociferous the support for one team relative to the other, the more swayed were the decisions of officials in favour of that team.
The first point I will make is perhaps the least important, though Shaver seems very concerned about whether the phrase "controlled experiment" was used correctly.
Evidence from a Controlled Experiment in Minnesota"
Gilliam and Iyengar employ a complex, controlled experiment, supplemented by a probability telephone survey, to explore the connection.
A controlled experiment is in progress to identify the impacts of an oil spill on a coastal salt marsh and to evaluate in situ biological remediation techniques to help restore the environment.
The controlled experiment took place in the late 1940s and early 50s in at least four Indian residential schools, documents in the National Archives reveal.
That would be a true, controlled experiment, says Stumpf, where any effect measured could only be due to the one variable that was changed.
Scientists have just completed the first controlled experiment validating one of folk medicine's favorite treatment: eating yogurt can prevent vaginal yeast infections.
Bacon is known as a philosopher, "the father of English empiricism." Empiricism is the systematic study of natural phenomena by direct observation and controlled experiment. This was a new way of finding truths, the opposite of speculation and very different from traditional, logical deduction and the interpretation of authorities, which had characterized the scholastic philosophical method of medieval times.

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