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b) Necessity: Loss-of-function type of experiments that involve the removal, inhibition, or blocking of a single variable to determine whether its presence or activity is required to cause an event. “Lose it”. c) Sufficiency: Gain-of-function type of experiments that involve inducing the activity of a variable at an
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Unformatted text preview: abnormal time or place to see if that variable, acting alone, is capable of directly causing a particular event. “Move it”. Which one of these 3 categories by itself provides the weakest type of evidence? (1 pts) Plausibility. Demo...
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