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Evaluating research
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I have been having a private discussion about evaluating research, and the extent to which knowledge and experience influences this. I tend to go on and on about how I evaluate research, but it occurs to me that I should be asking others how they do so (before letting my own prejudices run amok Smile). To that end, I would be interested in what any of you think of this paper by Radin on intentional tea and mood, and how you go about evaluating it:

http://deanradin.com/evidence/Shiah2013.pdf

As a randomized, controlled, double-blind therapeutic trial, it should be a fairly straightforward paper to evaluate.

Linda
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(09-28-2017, 05:12 PM)fls Wrote: I have been having a private discussion about evaluating research, and the extent to which knowledge and experience influences this. I tend to go on and on about how I evaluate research, but it occurs to me that I should be asking others how they do so (before letting my own prejudices run amok Smile). To that end, I would be interested in what any of you think of this paper by Radin on intentional tea and mood, and how you go about evaluating it:

http://deanradin.com/evidence/Shiah2013.pdf

As a randomized, controlled, double-blind therapeutic trial, it should be a fairly straightforward paper to evaluate.

Linda
Good idea Linda.

As I have almost no experience evaluating such things, I'll watch and learn and comment when I dare to do so.  Wink
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(09-28-2017, 05:12 PM)fls Wrote: I have been having a private discussion about evaluating research, and the extent to which knowledge and experience influences this. I tend to go on and on about how I evaluate research, but it occurs to me that I should be asking others how they do so (before letting my own prejudices run amok Smile). To that end, I would be interested in what any of you think of this paper by Radin on intentional tea and mood, and how you go about evaluating it:

http://deanradin.com/evidence/Shiah2013.pdf

As a randomized, controlled, double-blind therapeutic trial, it should be a fairly straightforward paper to evaluate.

Linda

Give me some time and I'll get back to you Linda.
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