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|8||Gateway drug theory||439|
|9||Spiral of silence||324|
|11||Principle of relativity||297|
|12||Theories of political behavior||277|
|15||Race of the Future||215|
|18||List of effects||166|
|20||Theories of interpersonal communication||113|
|24||Temporal theory (hearing)||36|
|25||Structuralist theory of Mythology||30|
|29||The Nature of the Judicial Process||20|
|32||Theory of relative suffering||10|
|33||Toothpaste tube theory||10|
|38||Effects||less than 5 views|
|39||Collective Action Theory and IOS||less than 5 views|
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This category may require frequent maintenance to avoid becoming too large. It should list very few, if any, article pages directly and should mainly contain subcategories.
This category is for articles and categories primarily describing theories. A theory is nothing more than a group of true sentences which together support a particular conclusion which explains some object of study. There are theories in many and varied fields of study, including the arts and sciences.
Very often theories are named after the person who first formulated the theory (e.g. Luddism). Theories are also named using some description of the application of the theory to the subject matter plus the ending "ism" (e.g. Connectionism). There are also fields of study named "theory" whose basis is some initial set of assumptions describing the field's approach to a subject matter (e.g. set theory, model theory).
This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total.
The following 42 pages are in this category, out of 42 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).