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Hypotheses are possible answers. They are invented generalizations which to be used most successfully must be verified by human experience. In a relativistic sense, all scientific generalizations are hypotheses in which greater or lesser degrees of assurance can be placed. They range from hunches based on minimum data to laws which reflect a very high degree of factual verification. 3. Elaboration of logical implications of hypotheses. This includes deducing observations which have already been made —so that hypotheses may be checked against present knowledge; and deducing observations which have not yet been made—so that hypotheses may be tested through experiments yet to be designed.
We list some of the more important of these rules together with some needed qualifications. 1. Whenever one insight or conclusion is accepted in preference to another, it is presumed that reasons exist for its acceptance. The grounds for acceptance may be scant, but as long as they are better than the grounds any competing insight can offer, they justify its tentative acceptance. What we regard as true does not need to be proved in any final sense; it requires only some supporting evidence. 2. Insights are always provisional.
Nevertheless, it can be evaluated in terms of probabilities of many of the component events which can be based upon data in the form of frequencies, and any behaviour may be studied in terms of its component parts. How is the Science of Behaviour Related to Determinism? Skinner's psychology implies a strictly naturalistic determinism. He notes that a scientific conception of human behaviour dictates one practice and a philosophy of personal freedom another; and that a scientific conception of human behaviour entails the acceptance of an assumption of determinism.