Factuality [noun]

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Properly constructed, open-book tests can promote the development of higher-order thinking and problem-solving skills over the rote memorization of factual information.

It suggested a way that you can deal with autobiographical material, factual material, but take off in different directions.

A study published in 2016, for example, primed participants to consider either their political views or personal views on health care before evaluating factual statements about the Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare.”

Starting on July 23, ProPublica’s reporter sent the joint public relations representative for Leonard Green and Prospect a lengthy array of specific questions and factual assertions resulting from interviews and other reporting.

Disappointingly, the much-ballyhooed document is riddled with factual errors.

It sounded like the Turkish government’s denialist narrative, a series of whataboutisms that disputed factual evidence.