“Between-Subject” vs. “Within-Subject” Experimental Designs

Hello Everyone, Causal Inference and Experimental Design One of the primary advantages of experiments in the social sciences is their ability to help us isolate causes. According to the Rubin Causal Model (RCM) also known as the Neyman-Rubin Causal Model (named after the researchers who developed and formalized the logic) we are essentially looking for […]

A New Blog on Experimental Political Science

Hello Everyone! My name is Nicholas P. Nicoletti and I am a student of Political Science. I am a fourth year Ph.D. student at the University at Buffalo (SUNY). Visit my website for more information. A few weeks ago I began putting together some application materials as I am getting ready to go on the […]