Are hypotheses rarely rejected as false?

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This is a very good question. In general, there may be a lot of pressure for one's hypothesis to be supported as true when doing any kind of research. I'm not saying researchers are deliberately lying, although it comes to light from time to time that they do. It's that there is pressure and the bias toward publishing significant results is strong. You just want to reject that null hypothesis.

What is hypotheses?

A hypothesis is a statement about an investigation or study, without assuming it is correct. And used as a basis for further study. For example I might wish to study 'whether

What is Hypothesize?

speculate: to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds; "Scientists supposed that large dinosaurs lived in swamps"

How do you get a hypotheses?

A hypothesis is simply a statement that a person makes and then tries to prove or disprove using the scientific method.