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A Cartoon to Explain How Blinding Works

A Cartoon to Explain How Blinding Works

The cartoon presented below is available from the artwork library of BayesianSpectacles.org under a CC-BY license. The cartoon was conceptualized by Alexandra Sarafoglou and was drawn by Viktor Beekman. It is included as an appendix in Dutilh, G., Sarafoglou, A., & Wagenmakers, E.-J. (in press). Flexible yet fair: Blinding analyses in experimental psychology. Synthese. PsyArXiv Preprint: https://psyarxiv.com/d79r8

Because the procedure of analysis blinding is relatively rare and (in our experience) easily misunderstood, we clarified the key concepts using a cartoon. Here it is, courtesy of Viktor Beekman:



References

Dutilh, G., Sarafoglou, A., & Wagenmakers, E.-J. (in press). Flexible yet fair: Blinding analyses in experimental psychology. Synthese. PsyArXiv Preprint: https://psyarxiv.com/d79r8.

About The Authors

Gilles Dutilh

Gilles is a statistician at the Clinical Trial Unit of the University Hospital in Basel, Switzerland.

Alexandra Sarafoglou

Alexandra Sarafoglou is a PhD candidate at the Psychological Methods Group at the University of Amsterdam.

Eric-Jan Wagenmakers

Eric-Jan (EJ) Wagenmakers is professor at the Psychological Methods Group at the University of Amsterdam.

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