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The evolution of social technology and research methods present ongoing challenges to studying people online. Recent high-profile cases have prompted discussion among both the research community and the general public about the ethical implications of researching humans, their information, and their activities in large-scale digital contexts. Examples of(More)
Although childhood abuse is strongly associated with psychological difficulties, survivors may not perceive their experiences as abusive. Depression, anxiety, dissociation, and physical health complaints may decrease perceptions of abuse and may also be exacerbated by individuals' abuse perceptions. The current study examined abuse perceptions, abuse(More)
Statisticians and lawyers often must work together, but conflicts in their approaches and objectives can lead to difficulties. Some examples of such instances and cautions that, if observed, might avoid conflict are discussed. Statisticians think of their work as reaching objective conclusions from the analysis of data. While these conclusions may have(More)
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