Hi to all! I am doing my PhD in the field of psycholinguistics and I have designed a specific experimental design for which my supervisor agreed. However, I noticed that my experiment had a significant flaw and I did not take into account an important factor, which would lead to our results not being so valid. Anyway, I managed to re-design the experiment taking into account thιs confounding variable. Of course I am going to send the new experimental design to my supervisor. However, I am afraid that he will consider that I have not read the literature well and therefore I am not a good researcher since I did not find this confounding variable earlier (I was ready to proceed to data collection!). I am very puzzled about how to deal with this issue...Any suggestions would be more than welcome. Thank you in advance!
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