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On SAGE Insight: Special Issue: Realist Evaluation

From Evaluation Realist evaluation has gone from being the heretical product of a pair of sociologist newcomers to evaluation, over 25 years ago, to a commonly accepted and adopted methodology both for conducting individual evaluations and for synthesizing evidence. The … Continue reading

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Recent advances in false memory research

From South African Journal of Psychology In the last few years, substantial gains have been made in our understanding of human memory errors and the phenomenon of false memory. Studies conducted in laboratories around the world have demonstrated that human memory … Continue reading

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