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Old 16th February 2020, 06:26 PM   #111
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A complete assessment necessarily includes the full technical details of the original trials determining 44/16 were sufficient.
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It is the gold standard in every field of science.
But because your world view doesn't agree with science, you think the science must be wrong. It's called Cognitive_dissonance.
I taught physics and astronomy at USC. Physics and astronomy don't use double blind testing. Neither do chemistry or molecular biology. The fields that use double blind testing are typically named ______ science, like political science or neuroscience. Their very name shows they suffer from an affect known as "science envy."

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Their very name shows they suffer from an affect known as "science envy."

Thanks for making my point.
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The fields that use double blind testing are typically named ______ science, like political science or neuroscience.
Medicine (drug research in particular), psychophysics, and research that deals with human perception or response to external stimulus or substance.
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