Observatio

Observatio (-onis, f.) est informationis acquisitio a fontibus primariis, quae in organismis vivis sensus occupatos tenet. Observatio in scientia sane datorum et perceptio quoque et collectio, instrumentorum scientificorum ope, significare potest. Observationes ad valores et quantitates et qualitates valere queant.

Observationes interdum erroris impetum sustinere possunt, ut effectus Hawthorne, ubi homines, si se observati sentiant, mores suos mutant.[1]

ScientiaRecensere

Ad hypotheses methodus scientificus varios gradus requirit:

  1. Formatio hypothesis vel theoriae
  2. Formulatio praedictionis in usu
  3. Perfectio experientiae vel experimenti
  4. Observatio et comparatio cum theoria

NotaeRecensere

  1. McCarney et al. 2007.

Nexus interni

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Gardner, Martin. 1957. "Apologists for Hate." Capitulum in Fads and Fallacies in the Name of Science. Dover Publications, 152–63. ISBN 9780486131627. Pagina 152.
  • McCarney, R., J. Warner, et al. 2007. "The Hawthorne Effect: a randomised, controlled trial." BMC Medical Research Methodology 7 (Iulius)" 30. Textus interretialis.
  • Shaw, Julia. 2016. "Not all memories happened: What experts wish you knew about false memories." Scientific American, 12 Augusti 2016. Textus interretialis.
  • Shermer, Michael. 2002. Why People Believe Weird Things: Pseudoscience, Superstition, and Other Confusions of Our Time. Macmillan. ISBN 1429996765. Pagina 299.

Nexus externiRecensere

  • The observer effect. (Anglice)