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Some methodological pitfalls in attributional researchWEINER, B.Journal of educational psychology. 1983, Vol 75, Num 4, pp 530-543, issn 0022-0663Article

Der «self-serving bias» in der Attributionsforschung: theoretische Grundlagen und empirische Befunde = Le «self-serving bias» dans la recherche en attribution: bases théoriques et données empiriques = The «self-serving bias» in the attribution research: theoretical basis and empirical dataKRAHE, B.Psychologische Rundschau. 1984, Vol 35, Num 2, pp 79-97, issn 0033-3042Article

Selection bias in case-control studies using relatives as the controlsGOLDSTEIN, A. M; HODGE, S. E; HAILE, R. W. C et al.International journal of epidemiology. 1989, Vol 18, Num 4, pp 985-989, issn 0300-5771, 5 p.Article

Chi-square and mendel's experiments: where's the bias?MONAGHAN, F; CORCOS, A.The journal of heredity. 1985, Vol 76, Num 4, pp 307-309, issn 0022-1503Article

Effects of data imbalance on estimation of heritabilityCARO, R. F; GROSSMAN, M; FERNANDO, R. L et al.Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 1985, Vol 69, Num 5-6, pp 523-530, issn 0040-5752Article

Note on stimulus error and the experienced subject in psychophysical researchREINHARDT-RUTLAND, A. H.Perceptual and motor skills. 1985, Vol 61, Num 1, pp 51-54, issn 0031-5125Article

Reviving the problem of acquiescent response biasRAY, J. J.The Journal of social psychology. 1983, Vol 121, pp 81-96, issn 0022-4545, 1Article

Food allergen profiling: A big challenge : Food-omicsCIARDIELLO, Maria Antonietta; TAMBURRINI, Maurizio; LISO, Marina et al.Food research international. 2013, Vol 54, Num 1, pp 1033-1041, issn 0963-9969, 9 p.Article

Another approach to clinical trial numbersMAETANI, S.Lancet (British edition). 1990, Vol 335, Num 8681, issn 0140-6736, 114 [1 p.]Article

Matching and efficiency in cohort studiesGREENLAND, S; MORGENSTERN, H.American journal of epidemiology. 1990, Vol 131, Num 1, pp 151-159, issn 0002-9262Article

The linear system theory's account of behavior maintained by variable-ratio schedulesMCDOWELL, J. J; WIXTED, J. T.Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior. 1988, Vol 49, Num 1, pp 143-169, issn 0022-5002Article

The systematic distortion hypothesis, halo, and accuracy: an individual-level analysisKOZLOWSKI, S. W. J; KIRSCH, M. P.Journal of applied psychology. 1987, Vol 72, Num 2, pp 252-261, issn 0021-9010Article

Diagnostic concordance for schizophrenia as a function of sexBURBACH, D. J; LEWINE, R; MELTZER, H. Y et al.Journal of consulting and clinical psychology. 1984, Vol 52, Num 3, pp 478-479, issn 0022-006XArticle

Scrutinizing psychological tests: measurement equivalence and equivalent relations with external variables are the central issuesDRASGOW, F.Psychological bulletin. 1984, Vol 95, Num 1, pp 134-135, issn 0033-2909Article

Urinary mutagenicity assays: a problem arising from the presence of histidine associated growth factors in XAD-2 prepared urine concentrates, with particular relevance to assays carried out using the bacterial fluctuation test = Tests de mutagénicité urinaire: une question soulevée à partir de la présence de facteurs de croissance associés à l'histidine dans des concentrats urinaires préparés sur XAD-2, avec une considération particulière pour les études effectuées à l'aide du test de fluctuation bactérienneGIBSON, J. F; BAXTER, P. J; HEDWORTH-WHITTY, R. B et al.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 1983, Vol 4, Num 11, pp 1471-1476, issn 0143-3334Article

«Homophobia» or homosexual bias reconsideredFYFE, B.Archives of sexual behavior. 1983, Vol 12, Num 6, pp 549-554, issn 0004-0002Article

Ecological bias, confounding, and effect modificationGREENLAND, S; MORGENSTERN, H.International journal of epidemiology. 1989, Vol 18, Num 1, pp 269-274, issn 0300-5771, 6 p.Article

Nutrient misclassification: bias in the odds ratio and loss of power in the Mantel test for trendFREUDENHEIM, J. L; JOHNSON, N. E; WARDROP, R. L et al.International journal of epidemiology. 1989, Vol 18, Num 1, pp 232-238, issn 0300-5771, 7 p.Article

Different biases in the methods of constant and single stimuliMASIN, S. C.Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 1987, Vol 25, Num 5, pp 379-382, issn 0090-5054Article

Sampling bias in estimating Design II variance components with S1 familiesJONES, L. P; COMPTON, W. A.Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 1985, Vol 70, Num 3, pp 318-321, issn 0040-5752Article

Messfehler and der Reaktionstate bei einem Reaktionsversuch = Erreurs de mesures de réaction dans une expérience de temps de réaction = Errors of measurement in a reaction time experimentLANC, O.Psychologische Beiträge (Lengerich). 1985, Vol 27, Num 3, pp 416-424, issn 0033-3018Article

Informed consent as a form of volunteer biasEDLUND, M. J; CRAIG, T. J; RICHARDSON, M. A et al.The American journal of psychiatry. 1985, Vol 142, Num 5, pp 624-627, issn 0002-953XArticle

Possible artefactual basis for apparent bacterial growth at 250°CTRENT, J. D; CHASTAIN, R. A; YAYANOS, A. A et al.Nature (London). 1984, Vol 307, Num 5953, pp 737-740, issn 0028-0836Article

Answers without questions: a note on response style in questionnairesVAN IJZENDOORN, M. H.Perceptual and motor skills. 1984, Vol 59, Num 3, pp 827-831, issn 0031-5125Article

Pseudounilaterality, simple-rate variables, and other ills to which interaction research is heirDUNCAN, S. JR; KANKI, B. G; MOKROS, H et al.Journal of personality and social psychology. 1984, Vol 46, Num 6, pp 1335-1348, issn 0022-3514Article

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