Causal judgments about empirical information in an interrupted time series design.

  • Peter A. White
  • Published 2016 in Quarterly journal of experimental psychology


Empirical information available for causal judgment in everyday life tends to take the form of quasi-experimental designs, lacking control groups, more than the form of contingency information that is usually presented in experiments. Stimuli were presented in which values of an outcome variable for a single individual were recorded over six time periods… (More)


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