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debrief

noun examine, gain information, gain knowlldge, get briefing, inquire, interrogate, investigate, quiz, scrutinize
Associated concepts: counterintelligence, espionage, interrogation, terrorism
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Logistic regression analysis was used to determine if there were any characteristics of the nursing program, the DSA, or all debriefers that were associated with the use of TBD.
Also of utmost importance, debriefers should find out whether any factors contributed to the situation.
We also utilized peer debriefers to reduce the likelihood of error (Bogdan & Biklen).
To compensate for the limited time available for data analyses between interviews, and in an attempt to further triangulate the researcher's interpretations, the investigator had peer debriefers read the transcriptions and provide comments.
Specifically, GSA schedules used to procure strategic debriefers, interrogators, counterintelligence agents, and intelligence analysts for work in Iraq were classified as "engineering" and "information technology services.
This article grew from our experiences as peer debriefers for each other's qualitative research study to enhance validity and rigor (Padgett, 1998b).
Pollard, as presented by Olive, loved attention to the point of enjoying the stir he caused when first confronted with charges of espionage and eventually bragging to debriefers about bow many classified documents he had been able to obtain from the government.
He also covers defusing, recovery from PTSD, and the training of debriefers.
To ensure credibility, feedback was solicited from six peer debriefers who are experienced qualitative researchers and are familiar with African American men's issues.
Libi underwent debriefs for several weeks and may have described scenarios to the debriefers that he knew will retain their interest.
It's not about the computer, either; real facilitators and debriefers function within the context of the game.
If crisis workers shore up people who are basically sound though temporarily in disarray, psychological debriefers give a mixed message.