Study

Study or studies may refer to:

  • Research
  • Study (art), a drawing or series of drawings done in preparation for a finished piece
  • Study (room), a room in a home used as an office or library
  • Study skills, abilities and approaches applied to learning
  • An experiment
    • In particular, a clinical trial
  • Observational study
  • Education
    • (academic) study/studies (e.g. at a university), compare Higher education
  • Studies (journal), published by the Jesuits in Ireland

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Famous quotes containing the word study:

    Many people operate under the assumption that since parenting is a natural adult function, we should instinctively know how to do it—and do it well. The truth is, effective parenting requires study and practice like any other skilled profession. Who would even consider turning an untrained surgeon loose in an operating room? Yet we “operate” on our children every day.
    Louise Hart (20th century)

    I urge you to spend your youth profitably in study and virtue.... In brief, let me see in you an abyss of knowledge.
    François Rabelais (1494–1553)

    One thing I am determined on is that by the time I die my brain shall weigh as much as a man’s if study and learning can make it so.
    M. Carey Thomas (1857–1935)