Inference From Passage
Most people find change stressful, so I do not find it surprising that researchers have discovered a statistical relation between falling ill and the experience of major life events such as death of a spouse, getting married, etc. Those who have experienced a higher index of such changes, generally report a greater incidence of ill-health. Yet, most of us find that this research quite doesn’t tally with the experience. Reasoning similarly, another group found a strong correlation between health and hassles of life—the thousands of little daily irritations.
The researchers’ conclusion quite fits into everybody’s life.
A If you think the inference is ‘definitely true’;
B If you think the inference is ‘probably true’ though not definitely true in the light of the facts given;
C If the data given is inadequate i.e., from the fact given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false;
D If you think the inference is ‘probably false’ though not definitely false in the light of facts given; and
E If the inference is ‘definitely false’ i.e., it contradicts the given facts.