Many of you have likely noticed that I have been on an extended hiatus from blogging due to an especially crazy 2014, filled with lots of big events and life changes that have kept me exceptionally...
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My article “Experimental reasoning in social science” begins as follows: As a statistician, I was trained to think of randomized experimentation as representing the gold standard of knowledge in the social sciences, and, despite having seen occasional arguments to the contrary, I still hold that view, expressed pithily by Box, Hunter, and Hunter (1978) that […]
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There are again some interesting, new research articles published in the Online First area of Games and Culture journal: Shallow Gamification: Testing Psychological Effects of Framing an Activity as a Game Andreas Lieberoth The Role of Visual Design in … Continue reading →