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The apparent positive effect of this very small study could have been due to the subjects becoming more familiar with the test procedure and improving their mathematical skill through practice. No controls? No double blind study? Taken at face value this work is not worth reporting.

Posted by Mark Wareing
09 November 2012 | 09h31

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