Studies

Some articles on studies:

Meta-analysis - Pitfalls
... A meta-analysis of several small studies does not predict the results of a single large study, especially in a field like medicine where results are ... A good meta-analysis of badly designed studies will still result in bad statistics, according to Robert Slavin ... Slavin has argued that only methodologically sound studies should be included in a meta-analysis, a practice he calls 'best evidence synthesis' ...
Saffron - Trade and Use - Use
... Saffron has a long medicinal history as part of traditional healing several modern research studies have hinted that the spice has possible anticarcinogenic (cancer-suppressi ... Early studies show that saffron may protect the eyes from the direct effects of bright light and retinal stress apart from slowing down macular degeneration and ... not made explicit in research papers.) Other controlled research studies have indicated that saffron may have many potential medicinal properties ...
Leiden University - Education - Undergraduate Programs
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University Of Basel - Organization - Faculties
... and Economy Psychology Interdisciplinary institutions Europainstitut Jewish Studies Mensch-Gesellschaft-Umwelt (MGU) Centre for African Studies Basel (ZASB) Kulturmanagement Gender Studies Associated ...

Famous quotes containing the word studies:

    ...Women’s Studies can amount simply to compensatory history; too often they fail to challenge the intellectual and political structures that must be challenged if women as a group are ever to come into collective, nonexclusionary freedom.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)

    Even if one studies to an old age, one will never finish learning.
    Chinese proverb.

    Recent studies that have investigated maternal satisfaction have found this to be a better prediction of mother-child interaction than work status alone. More important for the overall quality of interaction with their children than simply whether the mother works or not, these studies suggest, is how satisfied the mother is with her role as worker or homemaker. Satisfied women are consistently more warm, involved, playful, stimulating and effective with their children than unsatisfied women.
    Alison Clarke-Stewart (20th century)