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Some dancers found the response categories to be restricting, with three participants selecting both Neutral and Agree and another dancer thinking aloud "I would like to say 3 and a half but as I cannot say it then, let's just say 3 [Neutral]" (P29, vocational aged 22).
Usually, in a study using TAPs, the verbalizing group is compared with a non-verbalizing group, and differences could be attributed to the process of thinking aloud when both groups are compared to a criterion, a measured account of the underlying process.
In Study 2, sixty-nine undergraduate students participated by reading the same two science texts while thinking aloud.
When visiting, he would focus on some aspect of our household management and (to her mind) imply criticism by murmuring "Just thinking aloud, I wonder if you could have got a better deal on x," or "Just thinking aloud, I wonder if another plumber would have done y differently.
Firstly, the researcher's presence may have influenced what was said (Oppenheim, 1992), and thinking aloud under observation is a novel and demanding task for most participants.
Not the firmament collapsing, But the blue vault of heaven A second quake's sent crashing from the ceiling-- Massive chunks of rubble from plaster clouds, The folds in the drapery of robes, From the figures themselves, thinking aloud Up there in what must have seemed eternity, But was only the matter In which time abided across the fall of centuries: At one end, the painter on his scaffold, candles Filling the Basilica, The wet lime gleaming on the faultless walls.
Other than these prompts, we remained silent when students were thinking aloud to avoid disrupting or influencing their thought patterns (Ericsson & Simon, 1993).
Answers on page 23 Wit and wisdom 'Oh come on' Commentator Christopher Leigh was clearly thinking aloud at Flagg Moor point-to-point last Tuesday after a series of problems delayed the start of the open maiden Go figure 10 The number of years US jockey Sylvester Carmouche was banned after hiding in fog for a circuit at Delta Downs in January 1990 before rejoining the race and winning by 24 lengths Other lives He failed in both attempts at Group 1 level, but Steinbeck was a decent miler on his day and won two Group 3s to prove it.
Before reading the assigned texts, the participants practised thinking aloud by reading a sample text.
The Energy Chief said he would not be bullied into keeping his mouth shut from thinking aloud.
From the second week in December you're thinking aloud and, whilst that's a good thing for you, the confusion it causes in others isn't really worth it.