The bubble-bursting, causality-revealing awesomeness of randomized controlled trials
In the 1990s, a small group of researchers funded by NSF developed a scientifically rigorous way to design complex social experiments that can clearly distinguish those all-important causes from mere correlations and coincidences.
Credit: National Science Foundation/Alice Kitterman
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