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ik spe ruh men ter

  • n  a research worker who conducts experiments
  • n  a person who enjoys testing innovative ideas
    she was an experimenter in new forms of poetry

  • SM walked until her nose was virtually touching the experimenter's, all the while saying she felt perfectly at ease.
  • Both dogs in each pair were given commands to place their paws in the experimenter's hands, and when they obeyed, they were given a reward a piece of bread or sausage.
  • The other experimenter didn't imitate the animal.
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  • The Exploratoreum's STEM seller
    Experimenter-in-chief Dennis Bartels makes the case for hands-on science learning. Americans love the fruits of science, but the rigors it takes to grow them — that's another matter. A full-court press for more STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — students and teachers is still coming up short. Since 1969, the groundbreaking Exploratorium in San Francisco has made a highly ...
    Aug. 7, 2013 - Los Angeles Times

  • Claude Bernard in Salt Lake City Weekly
    The true worth of an experimenter,wrote physiologist Claude Bernard, "consists in his pursuing not only what he seeks, but also what he did not seek."
  • Edward Bernays in Before It's News
    Brzezinski, expanding upon notions of social control, such as those propagated by Edward Bernays, wrote that, "Human conduct, some argue, can be predetermined and subjected to deliberate control," and he quoted an "experimenter in...
  • Stanley Milgram in Indie Wire
    The results, as I observed them in the laboratory, are disturbing,Milgram says. "If in this study an anonymous experimenter could successfully command adults to subdue a fifty year old man and force on him painful electric shocks against...

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