Experimenter Effects

  • Rosenthal R
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Abstract

FOCUSES ON THAT "PORTION OF THE COMPLEXITY OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR WHICH CAN BE ATTRIBUTED TO THE E AS ANOTHER PERSON AND TO HIS INTERACTION WITH THE S . . . PART I "DEALS WITH THE GENERAL NATURE OF THE EFFECTS AN E MAY HAVE ON THE RESULTS OF HIS RESEARCH. THE 2ND DESCRIBES A PROGRAM OF RESEARCH ON THE EFFECTS OF A PARTICULAR TYPE OF E VARIABLE ON THE RESULTS OF RESEARCH. THE 3RD TAKES UP SOME METHODOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE DATA PRESENTED." INCLUDED ARE SUBJECT AND NAME INDICES. (23 P. REF.)

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  • Robert Rosenthal

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