Statistical Inference Summary

Abstract

Hypotheses are also untestable if they are circular. That is, the event or outcome becomes an explanation for the event. For example: “Your eight-year-old son is distractable in school because he has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.” This statement is circular. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is partially defined by the inability to pay… (More)

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@inproceedings{Michael2004StatisticalIS, title={Statistical Inference Summary}, author={Robert S. Michael}, year={2004} }