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Some articles on study, participants, study participants, participant:

Flashbulb Memory - Demographic Differences in Flashbulb Memories - Gender
... Although not much research has been done on gender and flashbulb memories, one study notes the existence of gender effects on the presence of various ... findings are as they are the results from only one study ... One such study had participants fill out questionnaires pertaining to the Senate hearings that confirmed Clarence Thomas as a Supreme Court Justice (Mor ...
David Swinney - Selected Research
... Comprehension (re) Consideration of Context Effects” David Swinney (1979) This study utilized a CMPT, in order to investigate the process by which ... Study participants were asked to decide, as quickly as possible, whether the string of letters was a word or not ... Edwin Maas and David Swinney (2003) In this study, Love, Maas and Swinney explored lexical access, using the CMPT, among three different categories of English proficient individuals monolingual ...
Glossary Of Clinical Research - R
... Randomization A method based on chance by which study participants are assigned to a treatment group ... From what is known at the time, any one of the treatments chosen could be of benefit to the participant (NLM) When referring to an experiment or clinical trial, the process by which animal or human subjects ... Randomization gives each participant an equal chance of being assigned to any of the groups ...

Famous quotes containing the words participants and/or study:

    A civilization which leaves so large a number of its participants unsatisfied and drives them into revolt neither has nor deserves the prospect of a lasting existence.
    Sigmund Freud (1856–1939)

    The most excellent and divine counsel, the best and most profitable advertisement of all others, but the least practised, is to study and learn how to know ourselves. This is the foundation of wisdom and the highway to whatever is good.... God, Nature, the wise, the world, preach man, exhort him both by word and deed to the study of himself.
    Pierre Charron (1541–1603)