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User: An experimenter who conducts a study under highly controlled conditions often reduces the:

Weegy: Chomsky was highly critical of what he ... is conducted in a laboratory under controlled conditions. ... or more variables of interest are controlled by the experimenter ...


User: a. likelihood that the research hypothesis will be confirmed by the results. b. scientific value of the results. c. strength of the relationship between the independent and dependent variables. d. extent to which conclusions drawn from the results can be applied to populations or situations outside of the experimental conditions. .

Weegy: An experimenter who conducts a study under highly controlled conditions often reduces the: d. extent to which conclusions drawn from the results can be applied to populations or situations outside of the experimental conditions. . [ ]
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