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Psychology and debriefing

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    Zivanai G.
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    Zivanai G.

    important thing to do

    Peter Awuni A.
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    Peter Awuni A.

    What are the importance of debriefing?

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    Tamekia Dominquie T.

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    Odongo M.

    Psychology -> Psychology and debriefing Debriefing This is where the researcher, in a post-experimental session, explains the true nature of the research to the participants. The participants are then given the opportunity to ask any questions about the research and to comment freely on any part of the experiment. This procedure ensures that the participants experience no lasting harm while still ensuring that the purpose of the investigation is not compromised.

    Dominic M.
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    Dominic M.

    The debriefing part is actually a relaxer to the participants and gives them a chance to ask questions that may defray any fears or stress experienced in the process.

    Dominic M.
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    Dominic M.

    Can negative commendts from the participants affect the conclusion of the research?

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    Dominic M.

    Do commends from the participants make part of the research?

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    Enemchukwu E.

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    Dr. Shirlene  P.
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    Dr. Shirlene P.

    This is where the researcher, in a post-experimental session, explains the true nature of the research to the participants.

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