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Apples and Oranges: Thinking about Lay Theories and Operational Definitions (or – thinking about the difference between how researchers define things . . . and how the public define the same things).

By |2023-09-25T16:28:09+01:00December 17th, 2019|Academic, Uncategorized|

For this blog, I am joined by Daniel Twomey.  Daniel's research explores XXX.  Daniel is XXX  DTW ... links... There can often be a world of difference between researchers and the lay public in how we define the key concepts and issues that we have a shared interest in.  If we are ever to make [...]

Useful Research Tools

By |2023-09-25T16:28:10+01:00August 7th, 2018|Academic, Uncategorized|

As I continue to research and teach, I often come across useful tools that should make the research process easier.  As I come across them, I'll post them here, with some comments about my experience with them.  For the most part, these tools are free.   Google Scholar Through Google Scholar you can set alerts [...]

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