[ US /ɪkˈspɛɹəˌmɛntɝ/ ]
[ UK /ɛkspˈɛɹɪməntɐ/ ]
[ UK /ɛkspˈɛɹɪməntɐ/ ]
- a research worker who conducts experiments
a person who enjoys testing innovative ideas
she was an experimenter in new forms of poetry
How To Use experimenter In A Sentence
- Research suggests early experimenters could have made the image decades before 1839, considered the year photography was born.
- So great is the danger of such injurious results, few careful practitioners have cared to adopt the heroic "antipyretic" medication recommended by experimenters, preferring to allow their patients to burn with fever, mitigated only by such simple means as are commonly employed by nurses, than to require them to combat the poisonous influences of a drug in addition to the morbid element of the disease. Scientific American Supplement, No. 455, September 20, 1884
- “Myers,” presumably speaking through the medium, produced a stream of poetic, recondite associations from the word Lethe that meant nothing to the medium or the experimenter. Experiencing the Next World Now
- The starting point for uncertainty that are analogous to the scienti ﬁ c the experimenter is the hypothesis that the drug is method. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
- To ensure that measurements were unbiased by the experimenters' expectations, the image files were randomly coded.
- How does a rat tell the experimenter that it has a headache or feels a bit off-colour?
- To examine treatment effects, experimenters manipulate independent variables and control extraneous variables.
- Experimenter can imitate the process, the preparation of the more graphic function.
- Even more than Blakey, who tended to stick with the Messengers' hard-bop format, Roach was a restless experimenter who was open to many forms of postmodern experimentation, including team-ups with such free-jazz avatars as Archie Shepp, Anthony Braxton and Cecil Taylor. The Jazz Scene: Rhythm Kings and the Chairman of the Board
- It exposes Gysin as a restless experimenter with a consistent vision, an inconsistent style, and an enduring commitment to several art forms, not least hybrid, intermedial practices such as visual poetry and performance art. Peter Frank: Blague d'Art: Brion Gysin, Together at Last