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Chapter 1 Science

Lesson 2 Thinking like a Scientist

Skepticism having an attitude of doubt
Ethics refers to the rules that enable people to know right from wrong
Personal Bias comes from a person's likes and dislikes
Clutural Bias stems form the culture in which a person grows up
Experimental Bias is a mistake in the design of an experiment that makes a particular result more likely
Objective means that you make decisions and draw conclusions based on a bailable evidence.
Subjective that personal feelings have entered into a decision or conclusion
Deductive Reasoning is a way to explain things by starting with a general idea and then applying the idea to a specific observation
Inductive Reasoning uses specific observations to make generalizations
Created by: dguilliams