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Common Pitfalls in Writing about Security and Privacy Human Subjects Experiments, and How to Avoid Them

Stuart Schechter

Abstract

Reviewers of papers that describe human subjects experiments of security and privacy often observe that authors are prone to a set of common mistakes that, if they were aware of, could be easily avoided. In this document I provide advice to help researchers avoid these mistakes in designing, performing, and documenting their experiments.

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Publication typeTechReport
NumberMSR-TR-2013-5
PublisherMicrosoft Technical Report
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