This conclusion is somewhat complicated, though, by the additional finding that men and women did not differ in their mean internalizing subscale scores, which disconfirmed
our second hypothesis that women would score higher than men on overall internalizing symptoms.
Oliver  Summarizes current thinking on satisfaction in the following definition "satisfaction is a summary, psychological state resulting when the emotion surrounding disconfirmed
expectations is coupled with the customer's prior feelings about the consumption experience" (p.
On bad decisions and disconfirmed
expectancies: the psychology of regret and disappointment.
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There will, of course, be much more research on Pius XII in the coming years, especially after the Vatican's release of his extensive papal correspondence (anticipated in the very near future), but the carefully drawn conclusions of Robert Ventresca are not liable to be disconfirmed
by later historians.
Initial expectations are more likely to be disconfirmed
when perceivers with negative expectations try to form an accurate impression of the target (Neuberg, 1989), when perceivers have the goal of establishing a good relationship with their interacting partner (Snyder, 1992), and when relationships between perceivers and targets are constrained in the long-term commitments, or when perceivers have more powers than targets (Miller and Turnbull, 1986).
So it would be pretty silly if neutrinos have now disconfirmed
the reason for their own existence.
This candidate reflection showed an awareness of disconfirmed
expectations regarding Native American students.
Transitions are times when peoples preferred view can be most easily disconfirmed
Therefore, Hypothesis 2--that different foreign policy approaches between the United States and South Korea have no significant effect on peace in the Korean peninsula--is disconfirmed
The statements in designative-informative discourse can be confirmed or disconfirmed
through empirical evidence.
What Pannenberg takes from Popper is the recognition that empirical conclusions can be disconfirmed
by future experience.