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How did you detect bias in your research?
Bias is the tendency to prefer one over another. One "what" will depend on what you are talking about. If you are talking about a research project, then bias may be detected by looking at the approach taken. [ For example, if an inappropriate statistical technique was used, or if subjects were chosen inappropriately to participate in the study, there could be bias in the study. " ]
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