One of them is explanatory theories, which are capable of explaining a class of phenomena as consequences of a few fundamental principles. The other group is phenomenological theories. These treat relationships between observable phenomena without making assumptions about their underlying causes.
- 5.3 Building Theories
- from Experiment!: Planning, Implementing and Interpreting
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
- Released: August 2012
Two types of theories
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