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Biases in Your Research

Biases are systematic weaknesses in judgment that lead us to make questionable decisions or erroneous conclusions. They are more common that we may think and are present in nearly any area of human thinking from daily life to research.

Due to their elusive nature, we may not realise their influence upon our actions. Such obliviousness may cause that researchers follow a wrong course of action that impact their studies negatively. To avoid it, it is necessary that they understand the different types of biases that may impact their work. That is the goal of this learning tool.

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Video: Questions About Research Questions

Research questions are tricky the first time around.  They have to be unbiased, measureable, derived from populations you have access to, etc.  This short video will get the process started.

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