Communication Studies
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Professor Nostradamus conducted an empirical or observed communications study in his laboratory where he convincingly found a connection between two variables. The link concluded that Variable “X” always increased when the subject was exposed to Variable “Y”.
By repeating the study over the course of several years he found the same results in his laboratory each time. What can he not say from this study?

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