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disconfirm

(ˌdɪskənˈfɜːm)
vb
(tr) (of a fact or argument) to suggest that a hypothesis is wrong or ill-formulated
ˌdisconfirˈmation n

dis•con•firm

(ˌdɪs kənˈfɜrm)

v.t.
to prove to be invalid.
[1935–40]

disconfirm


Past participle: disconfirmed
Gerund: disconfirming

Imperative
disconfirm
disconfirm
Present
I disconfirm
you disconfirm
he/she/it disconfirms
we disconfirm
you disconfirm
they disconfirm
Preterite
I disconfirmed
you disconfirmed
he/she/it disconfirmed
we disconfirmed
you disconfirmed
they disconfirmed
Present Continuous
I am disconfirming
you are disconfirming
he/she/it is disconfirming
we are disconfirming
you are disconfirming
they are disconfirming
Present Perfect
I have disconfirmed
you have disconfirmed
he/she/it has disconfirmed
we have disconfirmed
you have disconfirmed
they have disconfirmed
Past Continuous
I was disconfirming
you were disconfirming
he/she/it was disconfirming
we were disconfirming
you were disconfirming
they were disconfirming
Past Perfect
I had disconfirmed
you had disconfirmed
he/she/it had disconfirmed
we had disconfirmed
you had disconfirmed
they had disconfirmed
Future
I will disconfirm
you will disconfirm
he/she/it will disconfirm
we will disconfirm
you will disconfirm
they will disconfirm
Future Perfect
I will have disconfirmed
you will have disconfirmed
he/she/it will have disconfirmed
we will have disconfirmed
you will have disconfirmed
they will have disconfirmed
Future Continuous
I will be disconfirming
you will be disconfirming
he/she/it will be disconfirming
we will be disconfirming
you will be disconfirming
they will be disconfirming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disconfirming
you have been disconfirming
he/she/it has been disconfirming
we have been disconfirming
you have been disconfirming
they have been disconfirming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disconfirming
you will have been disconfirming
he/she/it will have been disconfirming
we will have been disconfirming
you will have been disconfirming
they will have been disconfirming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disconfirming
you had been disconfirming
he/she/it had been disconfirming
we had been disconfirming
you had been disconfirming
they had been disconfirming
Conditional
I would disconfirm
you would disconfirm
he/she/it would disconfirm
we would disconfirm
you would disconfirm
they would disconfirm
Past Conditional
I would have disconfirmed
you would have disconfirmed
he/she/it would have disconfirmed
we would have disconfirmed
you would have disconfirmed
they would have disconfirmed
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For instance, disconfirmation bias reflects that people pay greater attention to information that negates their perspective rather than to that which supports their pre-existing views (Edwards & Smith, 1996; Lord, Ross, & Lepper, 1979).
At the confirmation and disconfirmation phase, researchers study the emerging theory in real practice situations with the focus on analyzing research findings in light of how the findings verify or refute elements of the theory.
The theoretical underpinnings of CBSP research have roots in a number of perspectives, with one of the most popular being the theoretical foundations of expectation disconfirmation theory (e.
Cronin and Taylor (1992) criticized SERVQUAL on the basis of disconfirmation paradigm and instead of measuring service quality as attitudinal paradigm.
1977, "Effect of Expectation and Disconfirmation on Postexposure Product Evaluations: An Alternative Interpretation," Journal of Applied Psychology, 62(4), 480-486.
Therefore, a confirmation or disconfirmation of the content is relevantly due from the recipient of the ega-utterance.
Levitt (1966) first coined the term "expectation-reality discrepancy" (ERD) to explain how disconfirmation of client expectations can interfere with subsequent counseling.
The victim to patient process: The disconfirmation and transformation of abuse.
1983) urged disconfirmation as an intervening variable affecting satisfaction and that the effect of disconfirmation is adequately captured by expectation and perceived performance.
Long-term relationships have been shown to be influenced by positive disconfirmation outcomes (e.