pre-experiment

pre-experiment

(ˌpriːɪkˈspɛrɪmənt)
adj
occurring, existing, or implemented prior to beginning an experiment
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Methods: This pre-experiment research was conducted at a junior high school governed by Aydin Provincial Directorate of National Education in Aydin, Turkey, from November 2014 to December 2015, and comprised students.
They then completed the pre-experiment survey, which contained the tie strength scale, the personality scale, the attitude subscale from the WeChat Motivation Scale, and demographic information questions.
His pre-experiment life shown was a Georgia preacher's son who became a cop and was framed.
The pre-experiment expectations of Gameau and his team are met and even exceeded, the hero's journey narrative is settled fully
Development of automated identification system Pre-experiment
Phase of a pre-experiment and an experiment itself.
In addition to validating the results and observations for regular pre-experiment and post-experiment purposes, the fire department officials are also using simulations to train and educate the firefighters in understanding the unique characteristics of wind-driven high-rise fires and the tactics and tools to fight them.
Table 1 Mean (+SE) for Pre-Experiment Questionnaires High-fear n = 35 Mid-fear n = 35 Low-fear n = 35 FSQ 53.
This paper reports the findings of a pre-experiment that investigated the effectiveness of an introductory special education course combined with a clinical experience in preparing elementary education teachers for inclusion.
We start the pre-experiment discussion by briefly reviewing the requirements for evolution by natural selection:
Animals were fed during the pre-experiment period for 21 days, followed by experimental metabolic trial of 7 days.