Original Research

Some articles on original research, research:

Acceptable Sources - Verifiability and Other Principles - Original Research
... Further information WikipediaNo original research The "No original research" policy (NOR) is closely related to the Verifiability policy ...
Social Impact Theory - Original Research
... The first rule, that of social forces, claims that when social forces function within a social structure, the result is social impact ... Latané explained this interaction as I = f(SIN) ...
Carnegie Mellon Human Computer Interaction Institute - Academics - PhD Program
... Students accepted to the PhD program participate in the wide-ranging and innovative research programs offered by the Institute ... In addition to wide-ranging research opportunities, students will have the opportunity to explore a rich set of course work and other activities designed to prepare them for a career in HCI research ... These include research, course work and teaching ...
Doctorate - Practice By Country - United Kingdom
... All doctorates (except for those awarded honoris causa) granted by British universities are research doctorates in the sense described above, in that their main (and in many cases only ... who have demonstrated the creation and interpretation of new knowledge, through original research or other advanced scholarship, of a quality to satisfy peer review, extend the forefront of the ... such as the EngD, EdD, DSocSci, DCrimJ and DClinPsych require the submission of a body of original research of a similar length to a PhD thesis ...

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