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1 At the same time without falling into the trap of data fishing, or data dredging. An unexpected result should be confirmed in a new dataset.
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2 Creating and Supporting Hypotheses for Clinical Trials
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1 First Considerations of the Investigators
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Editorial Note i Winnicott is referring to the legend that, in 1588, prior to his naval victory over Spain, Sir Francis Drake continued to play bowls as he was informed of the Spanish Armada’s approach to Plymouth, the city where Winnicott was born and raised.