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10 Ways Dial Testing Will Improve Your Research

  For as long as dial testing has been a mainstay of global market, media, and public opinion research, its uses and benefits still remain a mystery to some. Whether to eliminate groupthink, quantitatively validate an idea, or drive deeper and more meaningful group discussion, dial testing can play a […]

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Talking Peanut Butter and Bananas with Jessica Broome

If you get the chance to grab the latest (Third Quarter 2014) edition of MRA’s ALERT! Magazine, check out the article, “Qual and Quant are Like Peanut Butter and Bananas not Oil and Water” by Jessica Broome, Ph.D. In the article, Jessica does a great job articulating why researchers should […]

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