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noncausal

(ˌnɒnˈkɔːzəl)
adj
not causal
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Adj.1.noncausal - not causative
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Inconsistent findings among studies of PM and miRNA expression may reflect differences in PM characteristics, study participants, or study designs, although random error and noncausal explanations must also be considered.
Ignorance might be a common but noncausal (even merely accidental) property of all and only cowards, as being-loved-by-all-of-the-gods is a common but noncausal property of all pious acts and people in the Euthyphro.
Specifically, these studies do not account for noncausal, alternative explanations that could explain the observed relationships between new teacher induction and retention.
Conversely, fragmented, noncausal memories lead to more distress, confusion, and unprocessed emotions (Briere & Scott, 2013).
The authors argue that the coefficient on the after variable captures the effect of economic shocks that result in a noncausal negative relationship between the number of foreclosures before a sale and the sales price.
My identification strategy involves eliminating any noncausal association between economic freedom and civil liberties by conditioning on potentially confounding variables: the level of income and the level of political freedom.
We believe methods are often irrelevant because they provide noncausal decision-support information based on authoritative (but inappropriate) financial accounting principles.
First, the authors were unable to adjust for crucial variables that might explain a noncausal link between PPIs and dementia.
Overall model fit will be determined by calculating and analyzing noncausal scores using the following ranges: below .
Most data analytics technologies and implementations work on the basis of precisely this sort of shallow, noncausal, pragmatic claim: this assemblage works, for the meantime.
In accordance with the black hole model of the universe developed recently by [21-22], a black hole constructs an individual spacetime (spatially singular and temporally noncausal to the outside) and a spacetime encloses a black hole.
noncausal and nonsensical device performance measurements due to reference-plane adjustment mistakes.