The Final Authority in Educational Research, as in All Sciences,
The final authority in educational research, as in all sciences, is
B) past knowledge.
C) expert judgment.
E) common sense.
According to the text, the typical result of a scientific investigation is
A) established truth.
B) probability statements.
C) information only useful for solving problems.
D) facts in the basic sciences, but suggestions in the applied sciences.
To arrive at a true conclusion in deductive logic one must begin with
A) enumeration of causes.
B) common sense.
C) personal experience.
D) true premises.
An advantage of the scientific approach over deductive reason is that the scientific approach
A) is infallible.
B) produces absolute truth.
C) doesn't include reflective thinking.
D) doesn't include inductive reasoning.
E) probes beyond what is already known.