Reporting bias

Biased reporting of research occurs when the direction or statistical significance of results influences whether and how research is reported.


JLL Essay
2.7 Dealing with biased reporting of the available evidence

Produce unbiased and useful research reports

 

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2.7 Dealing with biased reporting of the available evidence

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2.8 Avoiding biased selection from the available evidence

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التعامل مع التقارير المتحيزة حول البيِّنات المتاحة

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تجنُّب الانتقاء المتحيّز من البيِّنات المتوفرة

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