In the coming months, I’ll be taking results from the solo response project to several conferences, and reviewer feedback has me worried about people dismissing this data because I collected the data from myself. I keep getting distracted by these imaginary confrontations with suspicious researchers so it’s time I lay down some concisely-expressed arguments to appease the hypothetical skeptics.
Problem 1: One subject = bad empirical research
I don’t like this one because the premise is wrong, but I’ve gotten it a lot already, so here goes. Continue reading “Advantages of experimenting on yourself”