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Quasi-experiments vs. experimental studies

There is a limit to the studies that are investigating musicians versus non-musicians.

There is a limit to the studies that are investigating musicians versus non-musicians.

The limit is that this type of research gathers merely correlational data, and it isn’t possible to draw a cause and effect relationship when you are conducting correlational studies. To do that, you need experimental studies.

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