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Rob - Kommentar Studie


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Rob      Hobby artist     Approach to criticism   Normal
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boy - 05.06.19 14:36
Und was die Fliegen erst wählen würden, oder Chuck Norris
Miezel - 04.06.19 18:49
Es gibt schon wirklich ganz tolle Studien
Rob - 04.06.19 17:52
Research bias, genau! Umgekehrt sind nämlich die Mehrheit aller Grünen Babies

Aber Spaß beiseite, diese englische Polizei-Studie war meine "Inspiration":
Pauer (toonsUp team) - 04.06.19 10:24
Research bias, kein harmloses Thema. Nimmt man beispielsweise die hochpolitische Studie zur Temperatur in Büros, der eine heftige Genderdebatte vorausging. Am Anfang stand der Vorwurf im Raum, Männer würden die Wohlfühltemperatur in Büros "diktieren". Reiner Zufall, wenn man so will, dass die Studie schlussendlich aussagte, Büroräume sollten zum Wohle aller Frauen fortan stärker beheizt werden, da Männer an zu hohen Temperaturen "weniger leiden" im Umkehrschluss als Frauen an zu niedrigen.
Tatsächlich beeinträchtigt eine zu hohe Raumtemperatur die Konzentration und belastet den Körper. Gleichberechtigung ist was anderes.

Glaube keiner Studie, die du nicht selbst gefälscht hast.

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