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4 Example of Model Building: Electoral Volatility

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14 From Descriptive to Predictive Approaches

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7 Why Most Numbers Published in Social Sciences Are Dead on Arrival

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2 Can Social Science Approaches Find the Law of Gravitation?

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12 Why We Should Shift to Symmetric Regression

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8 Forbidden Areas and Anchor Points

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15 Recommendations for Better Regression

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10 Example of Interlocking Models: Party Sizes and Cabinet Duration

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13 All Indices Are Not Created Equal

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5 Physicists Multiply, Social Scientists Add—Even When It Does Not Add Up

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