The prime method of inquiry in science is the experiment, an investigation in which a hypothesis is scientifically tested.
Agent-based social simulation
Exploring the complex relationship between individual behaviour and society.
Comparing two groups of people in an observational study.
Quantifying the relationship between a particular exposure (the ‘cause’) and an outcome (the ‘effect’).
Exploring the underlying issues behind confounding and examining its role as a study bias.
Determining conditions for which the responses of interest have or will be measured in an experimental study.
Defining experiments and their ability to offer clear and reliable evaluations of human interventions.