How STRANGE are your study animals?
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A new framework for studies of animal behaviour will help to avoid sampling bias— ten years on from the call to widen the pool of human participants in psychology research beyond the WEIRD.
Webster , M M & Rutz , C 2020 , ' How STRANGE are your study animals? ' , Nature , vol. 582 , pp. 337-340 . https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-020-01751-5
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