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How to “Hack” Experimentation with Anthropology with Eden Bidani

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AKA Why you should approach research like an Anthropologist How ethnographic research helps you understand *why* people think the way they think (not just *what* they think or how they respond to triggers) to create more meaningful hypotheses and experiments.

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