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    Methods: Field Experiments

    Research Methods in Psychology: Field Experiments

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    Methods: Field Experiments

    Directed by shortcutstv 2016 5 min
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    Three classic studies - Hofling's study of nurse obedience, Fischer's test of the cognitive interview and the Pilliavins' research on good Samaritans - are used to illustrate what field experiments offer psychologists compared to other experimental methods. The film also looks at the difficulties involved with setting up field experiments and examines their limitations.
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    Methods: Field Experiments

    Three classic studies - Hofling's study of nurse obedience, Fischer's test of the cognitive interview and the Pilliavins' research on good Samaritans - are used to illustrate what field experiments offer psychologists compared to other experimental methods. The film also looks at the difficulties involved with setting up field experiments and examines their limitations.

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