Empirical investigation


According to Popper (1959) hypotheses cannot be inductively verified. That means that no empirical study can prove a hypothesized relationship between variables. However, according to Popper (1959), hypotheses can be falsified. At the same time a positive result of a test can be interpreted as support for a hypothesis.


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