Tag Archives: self report

Does Having Sex Boost Work Performance?

According to survey researchers in The Journal of Management, married people who have sexual intercourse at night have increase work performance at their offices the next day.  This may or may not be true because the research is based on self-reports … Continue reading

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Review: D. Paul Sullins, Keeping the Vow: The Untold Story of Married Priests

As part of my efforts efforts to reduce confidence in survey research (any instrument or procedure that asks questions, which may, or may not, be answered) I post critiques of books based on survey research on Amazon, my blog, and Facebook. Here’s … Continue reading

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Review of Christine Hine, Ethnography for the Internet

Here’s my review of Christine Hine, Ethnography for the Internet.  I’ve also posted it on Amazon.com. Multiple Meanings and Mishmash We need reliable information about the Internet, but you can’t get it from Christine Hine, Ethnography for the Internet.  That’s … Continue reading

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