Scientific Inquiry Flashcards | Quizlet
Given the theories and evidence available to the scientist at the time,the hypotheses that later failed were plausible.
between scientific and non-scientific inquiry?
Today we are learning about 3 different types of scientific inquiry
The researcher can control one or more variables
The researcher is looking to see if there is a relationship between two variables but cannot control either of the variables.
What is scientific thinking? At this point, it is customary to discussquestions, observations, data, hypotheses, testing, and theories, which are the formalparts of the scientific method, but these are NOT the most important components of thescientific method. The scientific method is practiced within a context of scientificthinking, and scientific (and critical) thinking is based on three things: using empiricalevidence (empiricism), practicing logical reasonsing (rationalism), and possessing askeptical attitude (skepticism) about presumed knowledge that leads to self-questioning,holding tentative conclusions, and being undogmatic (willingness to change one's beliefs).These three ideas or principles are universal throughout science; without them, therewould be no scientific or critical thinking. Let's examine each in turn.
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Scientific inquiry is more complex than popular conceptions would have it. It is, for instance, a more subtle and demanding process than the naive idea of "making a great many careful observations and then organizing them." It is far more flexible than the rigid sequence of steps commonly depicted in textbooks as "the scientific method." It is much more than just "doing experiments," and it is not confined to laboratories. More imagination and inventiveness are involved in scientific inquiry than many people realize, yet sooner or later strict logic and empirical evidence must have their day. Individual investigators working alone sometimes make great discoveries, but the steady advancement of science depends on the enterprise as a whole. And so on.
Observation: During the winter, you spread salt daily on your driveway to melt the snow. In the springtime, when the lawn begins to grow, you notice that there is no grass growing for about 3 inches from the driveway. Furthermore, the grass seems to be growing more slowly up to about 1 foot from the driveway.
Question: Might grass growth be inhibited by salt?
Observation: You and your neighbor have small kitchen gardens where you both grow tomatoes. His blotchy green and red tomatoes taste much sweeter than your perfectly uniform red ones.
Question: Might tomato sweetness be effected by the green chloroplasts in the fruits?
Observation: You went to the bakery to get a loaf of bread, but all of the loaves seemed small. The baker said that he used the same recipe and tested to be sure the yeast in the dough was active, but the machine he used broke down during the kneading process. Because the bread rose, he decided that it had developed enough gluten, and he baked it off anyway.
Question: Does yeast need air to make bread rise?
After choosing 1 of the above options (observation and question), you will do some library or Internet research about the subject. Once you have become familiar with the topic, propose a testable hypothesis to answer the question, and follow the rest of scientific method to determine if your hypothesis is correct by designing a controlled experiment.
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The scientific method is the backbone of all rigorous scientific inquiry
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Scientific method can also be defined as a procedure or method that aped natural sciences, systematic observation, experiment, measurement and formulation.
How does it relate to human services research?
What are the steps in the scientific method of inquiry or research process?
Why must each of these steps be included to support the scientific method?
Briefly discuss how the scientific research method was applied in the article you found.
Summarize how scientifically sound research supports the function of a human services manager.
- Scientific method has relation to human services.
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It is, of course, impossible to receive an adequate education today withoutrelying almost entirely upon authoritarian evidence. Teachers, instructors, and professorsare generally considered to be reliable and trustworthy authorities, but even they shouldbe questioned on occasion. The use of authoritarian evidence in education is so pervasive,that its use has been questioned as antithetical to the true spirit of scholarly andscientific inquiry, and attempts have been made in education at all levels in recent yearsto correct this bias by implementing discovery and inquiry methodologies and curricula inclassrooms and laboratories. The recently revised geology laboratory course at MiamiUniversity, GLG 115.L, is one such attempt, as are the Natural Systems courses in theWestern College Program at Miami. It is easier to utilize such programs in humanities andsocial sciences, in which different yet equally valid conclusions can be reached bycritical thinking, rather than in the natural sciences, in which the objective reality ofnature serves as a constant judge and corrective mechanism.
Scientific inquiry is the most fundamental of all ..
But using statistics, I am looking for a relationship between heart disease and smoking
1.2 The Nature of Scientific Inquiry
Today's learning objectives
1) Review the 3 types of scientific inquiry.
Scientific Methods of Research Inquiry | Synonym
Scientific inquiry is an on-going process of error correcting--constructingplausible hypotheses, generating as many plausible rivals as possible,designing new experiments, correcting errors in hypotheses in the faceof anomalies.
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