15.3457, Qs: Research Design

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Subject: 15.3457, Qs: Research Design

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Date: 07-Dec-2004
From: Rochelle Newman < rnewman at hesp.umd.edu >
Subject: Research Design



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Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2004 12:38:39
From: Rochelle Newman < rnewman at hesp.umd.edu >
Subject: Research Design


For a research design course in a speech & hearing dept., I am looking for
published papers in the general domain of language that have flaws in their
statistics use or in their research design.  (I've been combing through
journals for good examples, but would love some more variety).

I realize this is the kind of query for which answers probably shouldn't be
posted to the web, but I'd greatly appreciate emails of suggestions (and
would be happy to send out a summary to others who teach such courses).

Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable





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