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Question 4 part a and b

A psychologist has developed a procedure for modifying behavior so that subjects suffering from depression can greatly improve that condition. In formal tests of the effectiveness of the​ treatment, what is an experimenter​ effect, and how might it be​ avoided? In formal tests of the effectiveness of the​ treatment, what is an experimenter​ effect? A. An experimenter effect is when the researchers performing the effectiveness study are also subjects in the study and their participation influences the results of the study. B. An experimenter effect is when the researchers performing the effectiveness study know which subjects are in the control group and which are in the treatment group. This knowledge influences the results of the study through differences in the behavior of the researchers toward the subjects in the different groups. C. An experimenter effect is when the researchers performing the effectiveness study know which subjects are in the control group and which subjects are in the treatment group. This knowledge allows the researchers to avoid influencing the results by behaving differently toward the subjects in the different groups. D. An experimenter effect is when the subjects of the study are aware of whether or not they are receiving the treatment and this influences the results of the study. How might it be​ avoided? A. The study participants should not be allowed to know who is in the treatment group and who is in the control group. B. The study participants should be informed who is in the treatment group and who is in the control group. C. The researchers should be informed who is in the treatment group and who is in the control group. D. The researchers should not be allowed to know who is in the treatment group and who is in the control group.

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Due on: January 14, 2020 00:00

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