Description is a term in scientific research that refers to the process of naming and classifying.

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Introduction refers to the section of a scientific paper that describes the current state of the body . . . Read More
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Cognitive architecture at psychology-glossary.com■■■■
Cognitive architecture refers to a term used in cognitive research referring to abstract, symbolic descriptions . . . Read More
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Descriptive research strategy: Descriptive research strategy refers to a general approach to research . . . Read More
Ethnography at psychology-glossary.com■■■■
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Literature search refers to the process of examining the formal scientific body of knowledge for written . . . Read More
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