A practical implication is the reality that would occur if certain conditions are fulfilled. Practical means the actual results, while an implication is the logical connection between a condition and its outcome.Continue Reading
For example, when analysts conduct behavioral experiments, the reliability of the data they collect would have practical implications on how clinicians accurately determine the effectiveness of specific behavioral remedies.
Determining the practical implications of a range of options can help decide which ones produce the desired results. For instance, studying the implications of sports-for-health activities reveals that these are more effective in the spreading of HIV/AIDS awareness than teaching the same in a classroom.Learn more about Social Sciences