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Observation means recognizing or noting a fact or occurrence often involving measurement or other objective description.

Observation process refers to the stage of research in which the researcher watches and records the behavior of interest.

Observational adequacy refers to the extent to which a grammar can distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable strings of words. Please see also Descriptive adequacy and Explanatory adequacy.

Observational learning refers to the Acquisition of expectations and skills by means of observing others.

Observational methods refer to procedures for systematically watching Behavior in Order to summarize it for scientific anal

Observational Record refers to a detailed summary of observed events or a videotape of observed behavior.

Observational Research refers to a type of informal Research that involves taking note of what can be directly observed or inferred. Observational Research can be used to collect more obvio

Observational research design refers to descriptive research in which the researcher observes and systematically records the behavior of individuals in order to describe the behavior.

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