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‘It’s all so subjective…’ is a frequent complaint made about trying to capture data in studies that does not result from the counting of sodium ions, or the measurement of height, or the duration of hospitalisation. How can we measure such subjective experiences as pain, or the cuteness of kittens, as everyone perceives these things differently?
Subjectivity certainly challenges us more when it comes to thinking …
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