Defining Race Scientifically

@article{Bernasconi2010DefiningRS,
  title={Defining Race Scientifically},
  author={Roberto Bernasconi},
  journal={Ethnicities},
  year={2010},
  volume={10},
  pages={141 - 148}
}

Single-Case Experimental Research Designs

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Name Index

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Construct and Data-Evaluation Validity

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Assessment: Types of Measures and Their Use

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Introduction

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Cautions, Negative Effects, and Replication

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Special Topics of Assessment

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Subject Index

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Ethical Issues and Guidelines for Research

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Glossary

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