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First the link to this week’s complete list as HTML and as PDF.
Bloom et al. confirm and enhance Wiesendanger (list of 2021-02-27).
If you want something done well, do it yourself. I think Pearson is wrong, where she bemoans the proliferation of reviews. When there are only 11 studies in all, it’s far easier to evaluate them yourself, even if you’re prone to miss one or two, than scour all the worldwide literature for reviews already done, read them, understand their methods, and find out if and how they’re relevant to your own current question. You may then publish your results in a small way for a targeted audience of your known peers adding to the proliferation. I find it helpful to read something by somebody I know and trust and can reach when there are questions left open.
I would be very interested in seeing a followup to Willett et al. comparing results between with people with good and atrocious handwriting, like forcibly retrained left-handers. Is the writing already bad in the intention and planning of movement or is it a result of insufficient manual dexterity?
Voosen lists more examples of model outcomes treated as observational data. See the list of 2012-09-27 on Wallace et al. and by Taylor et al..
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