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What Constitutes A "Good" Study, Part Deux
Thinking About Corrections

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The guidelines are posted!  I previously wrote about Public Safety Canada's work in defining guidelines for evaluating research study quality, and the detailed guidelines are now online.  While specifically addressing sexual offender treatment outcome research, parameters such as administrative control of independent variables, experimenter expectancies, sample size, attrition, and equivalence of groups should provide guidance to those assessing a much broader range of correctional research in this evidence-based age.




Posted Wed, Oct 24 2007 9:59 AM by Anonymous

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