the curvature of the surface is an artefact of the wide-angle view
Researchers need to question whether the phenomena observed are real or an artefact of the experimental methodology used.
Upon closer inspection, this claim proves exaggerated, an artifact of exit-poll procedures and inconsistency in question wording.
The emphasis is on the visceral, the emotive, and the artifactual ; the museum personalizes history, encouraging visitors to identify with and put themselves in the place of the victims.
Following the artifact rejecting procedure, the single trial data were averaged separately for each of the six electrode sites and four stimulus conditions.
The McCord Museum is home to an extraordinary collection of historical artifacts from Montreal and beyond.
No edge enhancement or artifacts are present at all, and as with most transfers of recent films, this DVD looks great.
If we view all cultural artifacts as historically contingent, by what measure do we decide if one is morally superior to another?
Were these negative findings an artifact of the procedures used in the study, or were they a valid reflection of the relationships that existed in the sample?
The National Museum in Nairobi has collections of historical and cultural artifacts and the museum at Fort Jesus in Mombasa is dedicated to archeology and history.