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The biggest danger of relying on case-study evidence is that it A) is based on naturalistic observation. B) may be unrepresentative of what is generally true. C) overestimates the importance of operational definitions. D) leads us to underestimate the causal relationships between events

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Case-study evidence may be unrepresentative for the entire population and thus might not reliably represent what is generally true in the population.

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