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Both anecdotal and research evidence have to be viewed critically. It’s given that research exists on a continuum of high- to low-quality. However, it’s still stronger on the whole than anecdotal evidence, which is precluded from any scientific rigor, and is thus subject to more validity threats than research will ever be.
– Alan Aragon