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Wednesday, March 26, 2014


One of your limitations is "The researchers categorized participants into enhancement versus coping groups, but in reality some people might use substances both for enhancement and for coping." The article reports that 10 participants reported both PR and NR status. Since this number was so small, meaningful analyses were not feasible, and these individuals were excluded from the analyses.

Thank you for the clarification. The BASIS writing staff appreciates readers who offer constructive comments.

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