Studies

Some articles on studies:

Saffron - Trade and Use - Use
... Early studies show that saffron may protect the eyes from the direct effects of bright light and retinal stress apart from slowing down macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa ... in research papers.) Other controlled research studies have indicated that saffron may have many potential medicinal properties ...
Meta-analysis - Pitfalls
... A meta-analysis of several small studies does not predict the results of a single large study, especially in a field like medicine where results are ... A good meta-analysis of badly designed studies will still result in bad statistics, according to Robert Slavin ... Slavin has argued that only methodologically sound studies should be included in a meta-analysis, a practice he calls 'best evidence synthesis' ...
University Of Basel - Organization - Faculties
... Business and Economy Psychology Interdisciplinary institutions Europainstitut Jewish Studies Mensch-Gesellschaft-Umwelt (MGU) Centre for African Studies Basel (ZASB) Kulturmanagement ...
Leiden University - Education - Undergraduate Programs
... Sociology Dutch Language and Literature Dutch Studies Educational Sciences Egyptian Languages and Cultures (Egyptology) English Language and Culture French Language and ...

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    ...Women’s Studies can amount simply to compensatory history; too often they fail to challenge the intellectual and political structures that must be challenged if women as a group are ever to come into collective, nonexclusionary freedom.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)

    Even if one studies to an old age, one will never finish learning.
    Chinese proverb.

    The conduct of a man, who studies philosophy in this careless manner, is more truly sceptical than that of any one, who feeling in himself an inclination to it, is yet so over-whelm’d with doubts and scruples, as totally to reject it. A true sceptic will be diffident of his philosophical doubts, as well as of his philosophical conviction; and will never refuse any innocent satisfaction, which offers itself, upon account of either of them.
    David Hume (1711–1776)