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rigour

(US), rigor
Maths Logic logical validity or accuracy
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The NICE guideline (11) was given an average evaluation in all domains, and specifically for the methodological rigor domain, the score was 6/7.
Are the adverse substantive side-effects of methodological rigor large in terms of substance?
Others may discount both the scholarly relevance and empirical validity, if reliance on autoethnography is felt to deviate uncomfortably far from customary methodological rigor.
Given the increased methodological rigor of articles accepted in the Journal of Supply Chain Management since its repositioning, it is not surprising that hypothesis testing is the largest category in the past 6 years, representing over 50 percent of the articles published versus less than 10 percent in the early years of the Journal.
I highly recommend it to all archaeologists interested in bringing logical reasoning and methodological rigor to what they do.
His most important contribution is arguably the methodological rigor that he brought to the budding new discipline of Indology, which especially distinguished him from his predecessors and contemporaries and established the academic standards and ideals of the field we have inherited today.
Applications for PCORI funding are reviewed by scientists, patients, caregivers, and other stakeholders, who assess the proposed projects' methodological rigor, how well they engage patients and other stakeholders, and how well they fit within PCORI's national research priorities.
On the occasion, Jean-Luc Stalon, Country Director, UNDP said the study features breadth of scope, analytical depth, methodological rigor and a high degree of policy relevance not only in the context of the LEP programme but also as a broader scoping exercise of legal exclusion and disempowerment in Pakistan.
A second shortcoming is in the methodological rigor of the book.
Writing courses on scientific articles favor the structuring of information; however, they cannot cover the individuality of methodological design, and depending on the demands and help provided through editorial work, the published article may have a variable quality that does not reflect the methodological rigor and results of the research that was carried out.
His masterful and well-written investigation has interdisciplinary breadth, methodological rigor, bold and imaginative concepts, and historical depth.
Methodological rigor was evaluated with a scale based on criteria developed by the American Psychological Association for assessing empirically validated interventions (Kim, 2008).

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