research hypothesis

research hypothesis

a statement created to predict the outcome of a study. See predictive hypothesis.

research hypothesis

A clinical trials term of art for the proposition that the study is designed to support or refute—e.g., blood pressure will be lowered by X amount in subjects who receive the test product.
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And the research hypothesis that there is significant mean difference in the use of internet by male and female students at higher education level is rejected.
The proposal pursues the main research hypothesis that usable confidentiality-preserving security assurance will trigger a paradigm shift in security and dependability.
Regarding second research hypothesis "the impact of periodic review on employee satisfaction", the r value is 0.
05 Good-of-fit Reasonable Reasonable Reasonable Reasonable analysis Table 2 - Research hypothesis testing result Research hypothesis Estimate C.
Given the above background, the first research hypothesis is written this way:
The third research hypothesis addresses the differences between the preparation level of African American and non African respondents for the service tasks required of faculty:
A research hypothesis is a specific statement that predicts the direction and nature of the results of a study.
In order to understand whether the brand image of the NGO influences the intention to give financial aid, a regression analysis was carried out, together with the study of the coefficients of determination and simple correlation, in order to test the research hypothesis [H.
In order to see the effectiveness of health educational program, the following research hypothesis was stated.
Using a quite small number of means specific to this field during physical training classes for pupils from rural areas, yet simple and long trained means, contributes to raising the level of occurrence in terms of effort's capability, as also shown by the evolution of the calculated arithmetic means, thus confirming research hypothesis.
Tokunaga presents a textbook for a one-semester course for students of the social and behavioral sciences that teaches not only how to calculate statistics, but also how to interpret the results of statistical analysis in light of a study's research hypothesis, and how to communicate results and interpretations to a broader audience.

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