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Experiments as the gold standard for research: A new twist

Worldwide, there were more than 1.56 billion people who used Facebook daily in March 2019. There were “only” half as many daily active users in 2014, but typical adults in the U.S. already spent 40 minutes daily on Facebook, much … Continue reading

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Becoming an ecologist: A detour makes a difference

Note: I started this blog to update stories in my 2015 book, Tools for Critical Thinking in Biology, as new research was reported. This posting doesn’t serve that purpose, but instead is a reflection on the circuitous route that led … Continue reading

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