What Is Theoretical Research?

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Theoretical research is a research in which the goal is to prove or disprove a hypothesized truth. It comprises of a hierarchical composite of various stages such as identification of the problem, creation of a computer program amongst others.
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Some examples of theoretical orientations include relational, Jungian, gestalt, interpersonal and cognitive/behavioral. An individual doctor may vary their theoretical orientation
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Theoretical research is research that happens only in theory as opposed to in practice, i.e. you pretend that it's happening to examine or justify the consequences.
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Research is simply 'doing', 'observing' and 'recording', while theory is the construction of an idea that has not been applied or cannot be applied to current research. The two go
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It is research in which the goal is to prove/disprove a hypothesized truth. or. Proposed future research plans that may be carried out in the future but not at the current moment.
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Theoretical research in one in which the goal is to prove/disprove a hypothesized truth or proposed future research plans that may be carried out in the future but not at the current moment. The term theoretical is sometimes informally used in lieu of hypothetical to describe a result which is predicted by theory but has not yet been adequately tested by observation or experiment.
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