In most cases, the critical factors in a case are correlative in nature without truly demonstrating a cause and effect relationship.

In most cases, the critical factors in a case are correlative in nature without truly demonstrating a cause and effect relationship. However, both practitioners and clients may be tempted to draw causal conclusions from correlational data related to the critical factors in a case. What are ideal strategies to rectify this situation within the applied context? Why are these strategies ideal?

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