It seems to me that statistics and research, in the most basic applied sense, have acquired a negative connotation within the collective unconscious. That is scary because researchers communicate the findings of their research using statistics! Other researchers and clinicians are supposed to be able to interpret and generalize the research methods and statistical findings of the studies, denoting possession of the necessary competencies and experience to do so.
Research Engineer will always be free, because research and statistics belong to everyone. Names like Aristotle, al-Haytham, Bacon, Descartes, Bayes, Gauss, Pearson, Fisher, Spearman, Bonferroni, Tukey, Cox, and Cronbach have come before me and have invented the empirical and statistical methods presented in this website. All I did was take their methods and build THE FIRST decision engine designed to avert the aforementioned anxiety and cognitive dissonance. The brilliant men and women that came before me deserve to be recognized and their methods, which we use in everyday life to make important decisions, should be held in a higher esteem within the collective unconscious.
I tell my clients that when they feel cognitive dissonance associated with research or statistics, I will be standing there in their unconscious mind, ready to help. It always gets a reaction, but they always come back and they always receive my best efforts.
Now, when anyone around the world feels that "knee-jerk" reaction to research and statistics and they want to retreat into their unconscious minds, Research Engineer will be waiting, always free and always able to help.
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