There has been much consensus that adventure education needs more theory building and theory testing, yet the methodological problems associated with much of the empirical and quantitative research are making this a daunting task. Future . research endeavors should (a) make comparisons t}lat make sense, (b) use random assignment to experimental and control/comparison groups, (c) use and report appropriate statistical procedures, ( d) take care to assess validity of research instruments for populations under study, (e) be willing to openly discuss project biases and limitations.
"Pitfalls to Avoid in Adventure Education Outcome Research,"
Research in Outdoor Education: Vol. 4, Article 10.
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