that the effect is in this case its own cause.
That effect would be worse and would be irreversible if the result is a Leave vote.
Is the effect of delay similar to the effect of a lapse in distancing?
We get a greater effect, the effect of more volts, by applying our voltage to the grid.
So, the next paint effect that I'm gonna be doing is gonna be called the candy-streaking effect.
The effect of the horizontal force to the left is equal to the effect of the horizontal force to the right.
The dependence of the effect on the cause is easy to understand: if there was no cause there would not have been any effect.
The law of effect makes obvious adaptive sense; several writers, indeed, have pointed to the analogy between the law of effect and natural selection.
“The effect of badges at Biostatistics was a 7.6% increase in the data sharing rate, 5 times less than the effect of badges at Psychological Science.
That’s because the placebo effect is linked to expectations; if you think something will have a certain effect, you are more likely to perceive that it does.
A common feature of our world seems to be that in all cases of causation, the cause and the effect are placed in time so that the cause precedes its effect temporally.
For 54 effect sizes, the primary study paper did not contain enough information to reproduce the effect (incomplete: 11%), so the original effect size was copied.
Alienation effect, also called a-effect or distancing effect, German Verfremdungseffekt or V-effekt, idea central to the dramatic theory of the German dramatist-director Bertolt Brecht.
In total, 114 out of 500 recalculated primary study effect sizes (23%) showed effect size discrepancies compared to the primary study effect sizes as reported in the meta-analytic articles.
Also on Friday, a federal judge blocked a new Indiana law from going into effect; that law, which had been set to go into effect next week, barred a type of abortion used during second-trimester pregnancies.
You can usually get that blurry background effect on videos when a subject is pretty close to the camera, but LG's video portrait mode should make it easier to get the blurry background effect against subjects at any distance.
According to the principle of double effect, sometimes it is permissible to cause a harm as a side effect (or “double effect”) of bringing about a good result even though it would not be permissible to cause such a harm as a means to bringing about the same good end.
The percentage of incorrect effect sizes (category 1) ranged from 0% to 91% across meta-analyses, (mean = 14%, median = 11%); incomplete effect sizes ranged from 0% to 67% (mean = 12%, median = 5%), and ambiguous effect sizes (category 3) ranged from 0% to 91% (mean = 19%, median = 11%).
Confusion arises when it is used instead of “in effect”, which describes something that has the effect of, even if the effect was unintended or unofficial: “Her boss was off, so in effect Anna was the manager of the department” is clearer than “Her boss was off, so effectively Anna was the manager of the department.”
Within this subset, 18% was classified as incorrect (single effect sizes: 13%), 34% as ambiguous (single effect sizes: 13%), 1% as incomplete (single effect sizes: 15%), and 46% as reproducible (single effect sizes: 59%); X2 (3, N = 500) = 45.78, p < .0001, ΦCramer = 0.30, showing that combining multiple effect sizes into one overall estimate is moderately associated with irreproducibility of effect size estimates.
- a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon
Example: the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise
- an outward appearance
- act so as to bring into existence
Example: effect a change
- an impression (especially one that is artificial or contrived)
Example: he just did it for effect
- the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work
- (of a law) having legal validity
Example: the law is still in effect
- a symptom caused by an illness or a drug
Example: the effects of sleep loss
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Within this subset 18 was classified as incorrect single effect sizes 13 34 as ambiguous single effect sizes 13 1 as incomplete single effect sizes 15 and 46 as reproducible single effect sizes 59 X2 3 N 500 4578 p effect sizes into one overall estimate is moderately associated with irreproducibility of effect size estimates