Type III Errors: The right answer to the wrong question

Fair warning: I'm going to take a less-than-scientific approach to Type III errors, so if you came here to learn how to avoid or control these types of errors in your experiment or analysis, it's probably best to go back to Google. That being said, I'm still going to define the types of errors: Type I Error: a false positive;…

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Self-Confidence Insurance: Protection for our digital identity

There are plenty of reasons that social media makes us more confident. We bring together so many aspects of our lives to create our digital-selves, how can we not attach ourselves to that person? It's putting your best foot forward. For many though, it's more like the hokey-pokey. Stay with me on this one. You put yourself out there, you…

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