Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (2):273-274 (2004)
|Abstract||According to Roberts, self-experimentation is a viable tool for idea generation in the behavioral sciences. Here we discuss some limitations of this assertion, as well as particular design and data-analytic shortcomings of his experiments.|
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