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Question: How can researchers, educators, and policymakers encourage journalists and others to discuss correlational findings in appropriate ways, and people to be critical of science and avoid jumping to mistaken conclusions?

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1. Provide ongoing training and education on the importance of accurately reporting correlational findings and avoiding drawing conclusions from correlational data. 2. Encourage journalists to consult with researchers or statisticians when reporting on correlational studies, and to include caveats and qualifications in their reporting. 3. Encourage policymakers to ensure that any decisions or policies based on correlational data are paired with sufficient evidence from other sources. 4. Educators and researchers should provide resources and tools to help people better understand, interpret, and evaluate research and evidence. 5. Emphasize the importance of being critical of scientific findings, and being aware of the limitations of correlational data.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 23, 2023, 8:49 a.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023