Posts Tagged ‘Biased Research’

Biasing Your Research by the Act of Doing Research

Posted by Ron SellersMonday, April 23, 2012, 6:35 am 3 Comments
Longitudinal studies can influence how people respond to your questions simply by the fact that you have researched them before. And if you’re not careful, this problem can come about even when you’re not doing a longitudinal study.
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Biased Research, No Matter What the Methodology

Posted by Ron SellersMonday, March 19, 2012, 6:58 am 3 Comments
In a world where any methodology choice can introduce some bias to your data, it’s imperative to understand how your findings may skew because you chose phone over online (or online over phone, or river sample over panel sample, or any other choice you made).
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