Fear of Heterogeneity in the Study of Human Populations and the Statistical Artifacts It Produces
There are few absolute statements worth risking in characterizing bio-behavioral research with living human populations. One exception might be: Whatever the population, whatever the response, living human populations are heterogeneous.
KeywordsAdmission Rate Gender Bias Socioeconomic Class Statistical Artifact Ecological Fallacy
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