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This article was co-authored by Chris Hadley, PhD. Chris Hadley, PhD is part of the wikiHow team and works on content strategy and data and analytics. Chris Hadley earned his PhD in Cognitive Psychology from UCLA in 2006. Chris’ academic research has been published in numerous scientific journals.

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http://shsulibraryguides.org/thesisguide/tableofcontents
http://health.ucdavis.edu/data/electronic_consent.html
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