Magnuson, D. (2019). Taking the magic out of your day. CYC-Online, 246, pp. 34-37.

Magnuson, D. (2019). Trouble will happen. CYC-Online, 244, pp 45-46.

Magnuson, D. (2019). Don’t believe what we tell you. CYC-Online, 242, pp. 52-55.

Magnuson, D. (2019). Meaningfulness as a practical strategy. CYC-Online, 240, pp. 44-47.

Magnuson, D. (2018). What’s wrong with professional consultations. CYC-Online, 238, pp. 45.48.

Magnuson, D. (2018). The statistical reason why youthwork ought to be voluntary. CYC-Online, 236.

Magnuson, D., & Healey, P. (2018). The statistical reason why youth work ought to be voluntary. CYC-Online, 236, pp. 76-78.

Magnuson, D., & Healey, P. (2018). The multi-armed bandit algorithm. CYC-Online, 234, 30-33.

Magnuson, D., & Vachon, W. (2018). Being competent about competence. CYC-Online, 231, 22-24.

Magnuson, D. (2018). Why relationships are left out of evaluations. CYC-Online, 227, 21-23.

Magnuson, D. (2017). How to ask for help. CYC-Online, 225, 26-29.

Magnuson, D., & McGrath, J. (2017). How to choose a CYC program: an investigation. CYC-Online, 224, 11-13.

Magnuson, D. (2017). The narrative fallacy. CYC-Online, 221, 11-13.

Magnuson, D. (2017). The pragmatic youth worker: idiographic evidence-based practice. CYC-Online, 219, 16-18.

Magnuson, D. (2017). Why you should worry about clinical judgment and interviews. CYC-Online, 217, 31-33.

Magnuson, D. (2017). Data collection and use as practice. CYC-Online, 215, 30-32.

Magnuson, D. (2016). The naivete of evidence-based practice. CYC-Online, 213, 20-21.

Magnuson, D. (2016). Propaganda with and without evidence. CYC-Online, 211, pp. 19-21.

Magnuson, D. (2016). Signs and symptoms in child and youth care evaluation. CYC-Online, 209, 24-26.

Magnuson, D. (2016). Falsify that theory. CYC-Online, 207, 24-26.

Magnuson, D. (2016). The use of group data in CYC practice. CYC-Online, 205, 21-23.

Magnuson, D. (2015). How small sample sizes deceive us. CYC-Online, 203, 14-16.