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nonindependence

Definitions

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  • n. Lack of independence; dependence.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ independence

Examples

  • Johnson will go down in history as the man who filled the ridiculous and inglorious role of having tried to issue the declaration of Latin American nonindependence.

    4TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INTERIOR MINISTRY

  • To be sure, when the monopolies 'representatives gave that slap in the face to all the republics in America by issuing the declaration of nonindependence, a few -- or rather, many -- persons reddened with shame.

    PURSC CENTRAL COMMITT PRESENTATION

  • And we are sure that this effort to subjugate the hemisphere, this declaration of nonindependence, this stupid policy, will make the people's revolution spirit grow.

    4TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INTERIOR MINISTRY

  • It is absurd to attempt to create this organization with the right to intervene because what Johnson has done is to declare the nonindependence of Latin America.

    4TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INTERIOR MINISTRY

  • But for all the other countries of Latin America he has formulated the declaration of nonindependence, the right to intervene.

    4TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INTERIOR MINISTRY

  • Regression through the origin with phylogenetically independent contrasts … which is equivalent to phylogenetic generalized least squares (PGLS) analysis, accounts for the nonindependence of species and indicates no overall evolutionary relationship between the traits … The apparent pattern across species was driven by positively correlated trait change only at the basal split of the phylogeny; throughout the rest of the phylogeny, the traits mostly changed in opposite directions (A; basal contrast in red) ….

    Discover Blogs

  • Most important, it has forced scientists to re-evaluate their methodologies, as even Wager's rebuttal concedes that the nonindependence error Vul discusses can in fact inflate correlations (much of the argument is over how much).

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • Specifically, Vul and his coauthors claim that many, if not most, social neuroscientists commit a nonindependence error in their research in which the final measure (say, a correlation between behavior and brain activity in a certain region) is not independent of the selection criteria

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • Kanwisher, who just cowrote a book chapter with Vul about the nonindependence error, says that researchers can lean too heavily on "fancy" math.

    Signs of the Times

  • Nature, Science, Nature Neuroscience, Neuron and the Journal of Neuroscience turned up some sort of nonindependence error in 42 percent,

    Signs of the Times

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