How might research go wrong?
Researching efficacy and/or effectiveness sounds straightforward but of course research is not that easy – there are several ways in which spurious results may be obtained, whether we are measuring efficacy or effectiveness. These problems include:
There are also problems that arise concerning the use of research results, such as:
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