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In a healthy research environment experimenter misconduct (fraud and biased methodological practices) is considered an appropriate and necessary topic of discussion, including about specific studies by specific experimenters.
In a 2011 study, experimenters gave subjects a bit of chocolate, a cracker, or no food.
An international team of pain researchers led by scientists at McGill University in Montreal found that the presence of male experimenters produced a stress response in mice and rats equivalent to that caused by restraining the rodents for 15 minutes in a tube or forcing them to swim for three minutes.
Because mental stress testing involves interactions between experimenters who induce stress (e.
Experimenters can get quite creative with the SparkFun ProtoSnap LillyPad board kits that include an MCU module and break-away LEDs, pushbuttons, switches, and sensors.
The procedure of Hinsz and Tomhave (1991) was used for training both the experimenters and the observers.
It is this sort of story that Johnson brings to each of the ten experiments and the experimenters.
Each time, the experimenter started with a plain face followed by a series of displays that included sticking out the tongue, opening the mouth, smacking the lips, opening a hand, and spinning a face-sized colored disk.
Using an ABAB reversal design, the experimenter measured the ecological effects of teacher resistant behaviors on consultant therapeutic behavior.
The experimenters will collect the envelopes at this time.
cities an experimenter (either male or female) dropped a pen in front of a target person.
Our goals here were to replicate the original door study (Simons & Levin, 1998), using less intrusive methods of substituting one conversation partner for another, and to explore the relationship between change blindness and the level of consciously accessible detail in participants' representations by determining the degree to which participants who do and do not see the change can identify the experimenters in a lineup, If change blindness results from a failure to represent information about the actors, participants who miss the change should have difficulty selecting the changed person from a lineup.