Explainer: what is a null hypothesis?
So here’s a more immediate example of an alternative hypothesis: “reading this article will get you closer to the ‘two-fruit-and-five-vegies’ rule today”. C’mon, admit it: after so many references to apples and Newton you must be nibbling on ...
Balancing Reason and Emotion to Resolve Conflict in Mediation
While providing trainings on his theory worldwide, Shapiro reflects that, "The world has globalized. The nation state has been flattened. More and more conflict in our world ... Consider, for example, the Iranian nuclear negotiations, in which the parties ...
Gaza Strip Conflict: Ingroups, Outgroups, and Taking Sides
The conflict between Israel and the Gaza strip is in the news ... Psychologist Henri Tajfel published an article about social identity theory in 1979. According to Saul McLeod of SimplyPsychology, “The central hypothesis of social identity theory ...
West Point 2014: What’s the “Theory of the Case”?
However, the recent West Point speech was clearly not the best example in this regard ... as the administration has yet to advance an aggregated and universal “theory of the case” that would justify specific policy choices. What makes this kind ...
Critical Race Theory Explained
The Marxist criticism of the system was called critical theory; the racial criticism of the system was therefore called Critical Race Theory. So ... alleviate unequal protection under the law – for example, the Supreme Court decision in Brown v.