Some articles on ecologically valid:
... This situation has led many researchers call for "ecologically valid" experiments ... in the sense that causal inferences based on ecologically valid research designs often allow for higher degrees of generalizability than those obtained in an artificially produced lab ... is not always the case Some findings produced in ecologically valid research settings may hardly be generalizable, and some findings produced in highly controlled settings may claim ...
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