A Beginner's Guide to Scientific Method
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A Beginner's Guide to Scientific Method

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This concise yet comprehensive guide provides an introduction to the scientific method of inquiry. You will not only learn about the proper conduct of science but also how to recognize and question factors such as pseudoscience, untestable explanations and fallacies. Compact enough to be used as a supplementary book, yet comprehensive enough in its coverage to be used as a...more
Paperback, 146 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Wadsworth Publishing Company
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