October 2008 LSAT Section 1 Question 22
Melody on September 15, 2014Here we have a Correlation/Causation Weaken question. We are given a couple correlations: "people who are easily angered are significantly more likely to have permanently high blood pressure than are people who have more tranquil personalities," and "those with permanently high blood pressure are especially likely to have heart disease." From this we conclude: "the recent findings indicate that heart disease can result from psychological factors."
on December 1, 2019What is wrong with answer choice B? I thought introducing something new like medication would weaken the argument?