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Frenda et al. (2013, p. 285) stated "first, because Slate gathered little information about its participants other than political ideology, it may be that variables confounded with ideology—and not ideology per se—were responsible for the differences we observed between conservatives and liberals."

Note two other potential confounds in this study and explain

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    little information about its participants

    political ideology

    variables confounds

    conservatives and liberals

    Others: who participated? was it random or groups that wanted to change the outcomes?
    what was the size of the sample?
    exactly what information was gathered?
    Was that information valid?
    Exactly what differences we observed means?

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    can you explain in more depth

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    What are your answers to Bobpursley's questions?

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    thats already a variable in the question which said not to use

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