Unlike cognitive-experimental psychology, it does not constitute an explanatory theory
, nor does it postulate to attribute certain psychological phenomenon to a set of predictable variables.
There is certainly some force to the Explanatory theory
All of these efforts are designed to carry forward a sound, explanatory theory
of Congress that will better inform our popular understanding and the day-to-day work of congressional practitioners.
Although a debate on the idea of "autonomy" did exist and the concept was widely used in academic and political discourse to refer to midway strategies between balancing and bandwagoning the US, no systematic explanatory theory
was developed to elucidate under which conditions autonomy was possible, preferable or more prone to be pursued.
Reflecting calls to explore the application of the Resource Based View (RBV) of the Firm for healthcare productivity, innovation and performance (1), we consider RBV as a potential explanatory theory
for the evaluation of healthcare quality improvement.
As Cintra Torres points out, 'developing an explanatory theory
concerning what keeps societies united, Durkheim has incorporated the phenomenon of the crowd.
Accordingly, the ultimate goal of RITE, as a research endeavor, is to develop an explanatory theory
of teachers' learning during the critical period of initial teacher education (and beyond) that helps us understand the complex, contingent, and multiple influences on whether, how and to what extent teacher candidates/teachers learn to engage in patterns of teaching practice that support students' learning and challenge existing inequities in the system.
It is unlikely to appeal to most academics as it lacks explanatory theory
to account for the factual statements found in the chapters.
Instead, after identifying and naming the phenomenon, an explanatory theory
looks into the causal relationships between concepts.
Kahneman's book provides an explanatory theory
for these errors.