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Definition of Methodologist
1. [n -S]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Methodologist
Literary usage of Methodologist
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reviews of National Policies for Educationby Centre for Co-operation with Non-members by Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (2001)
"and teacher-methodologist (vocational teacher-methodologist, kindergarten teacher-methodologist, etc.). A teacher is appointed to the one position, ..."
2. The Elements of Statistical Method by Willford Isbell King (1912)
"The methodologist is not concerned in any but the most indirect way with the specific investigations for which the general laws, rules, and methods which he ..."
3. Smoking Cessation: Clinical Practice Guideline by Michael C. Fiore (1996)
"Once odds ratios were obtained from meta-analyses, the statistical methodologist estimated 95 percent confidence intervals around the odds ratios. ..."
4. General Sociology: An Exposition of the Main Development in Sociological by Albion Woodbury Small (1905)
"The methodologist consequently has to detect the relations between problems ... The methodologist has to show the fundamental relations of one portion of ..."
5. Otitis Media with Effusion in Young Children: Clinical Practice Guideline by Sylvan E. Stool (1998)
"Based on the initial review, 378 full-text articles were selected for data extraction using a nine- page form developed by the methodologist and Panel. ..."
6. Problems of Science by Federigo Enriques (1914)
"As a methodologist, Enriques also finds a positive value in many ... is as rare as it is requisite in a man who is to prove a thoroughly good methodologist. ..."
7. Publication of the American Sociological Society by American Sociological Association (1907)
"When we are at the stage of deliberate investigation, the methodologist must run the lines of ... The methodologist is not the sociologist par excellence, ..."
8. The New Rationalism: The Development of a Constructive Realism Upon the by Edward Gleason Spaulding (1918)
"If, then, the methodologist attempts to conduct thinking processes in an orderly way, he inevitably depends upon finding in the objects about which he ..."