Editorial: Science unskewed – acknowledging and reducing ‘risk of bias’ in parenting research
There is a growing awareness that ‘risk of bias’ distorts the process of generating and interpreting evidence and threatens the validity of psychological and psychiatric research at a number of different levels (Rutter & Pickles, ). Such threats are likely to be greatest in fields of study focused on socially/politically contentious issues where beliefs and values are strongly held – especially where there is a lack of methodological rigour.
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Document Type: Editorial
Publication date: January 1, 2017