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If two variables are strongly correlated, does it necessarily always

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Question;If two variables are strongly correlated, does it necessarily always follow that there is a direct cause-and-effect relationship between the two variables? Can you think of two variables which are often associated with each other and are highly correlated, but there is no direct cause-and-effect relationship between them? For example, do you think it is a correct conclusion that watching soap operas gives girls eating disorders like anorexia if a study showed that ?girls who watch soap operas are more likely to have eating disorders.?

 

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