nonexperimental

nonexperimental

(ˌnɒnɪkˌspɛrɪˈmɛntəl)
adj
not experimental
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The studies were largely nonexperimental and inconsistent in sampling efforts for LGBT participants, thus limiting the generalizability of the findings for this population in integrated care settings.
Nonexperimental papers should emphasize the manner in which the described procedure, program, or issue relates to the practical concerns of professionals in the field.
Mediation in experimental and nonexperimental studies: New procedures and recommendations.
A nonexperimental descriptive design with quantitative research approach was used to study quality of nurse patient communication and patient satisfaction.
The study design of the current study is one of triangulation, which includes a nonexperimental, quantitative portion of the design and a collective case study design, one not seen frequently by this reviewer in qualitative research.
The book covers empirical and nonempirical research methods, ethical considerations when conducting research, identifying and formulating research questions, nonexperimental research design, completing a literature search and literature review, experimental research and levels of evidence, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
This prospective validation study used a nonexperimental descriptive design including patients admitted to the neuroscience unit.
Currently, the ability to draw prey to leaves has been most convincingly demonstrated in Nepenthes and Sarracenia, with nonexperimental observations strongly suggesting this for Drosophyllum (Darwin, 1875; Joel el al.
The latest research on the nation's longest-running school-voucher initiative, the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program, although based on nonexperimental methods, shows a similar pattern of results.
Approval was obtained from the university's institutional review board for a nonexperimental pre-post survey in January 2012 and May 2013, respectively.
Marzen-Groller and colleagues (2008) evaluated a protocol for early and progressive ambulation in a nonexperimental study of 44 postoperative patients who underwent amputation.
Propensity scores for confounder adjustment when assessing the effects of medical interventions using nonexperimental study designs.