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Q: Control bias
A: hey. Bias = one sided:) Eg:The story was bias= The story was one sided. or If there was an argument between me and my friend, and I told you what happened. Because you have only one side of the story from me. [ [ you only have a biased picture of the whole story. I hope that helped.:) ] ]
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User: Exclusionary bias means what

User: Control bias

Weegy: hey. Bias = one sided:) Eg:The story was bias= The story was one sided. or If there was an argument between me and my friend, and I told you what happened. Because you have only one side of the story from me. [ [ you only have a biased picture of the whole story. I hope that helped.:) ] ]
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User: When an experimenter unintentionally gives cues to participants about the way they are expected to behave, this is an example of: A. Experimental bias B. Exlusionary bias C. Control bias D. Researcher bias

Weegy: C. Experimental bias
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User: When an experimenter unintentionally gives cues to participants about the way they are expected to behave, this is an example of:

Weegy: This is an example of control bias
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User: Experimental bias

Weegy:
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User: If a researcher conducting an experiment shakes his head no or nods his head yes eliciting a change in a response from the test subject, the researcher is exhibiting which phenomenon? A. Experimental bias B. Researcher bias C. Exclusionary bias D. Control bias

Weegy: B. Control bias
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User: Exclusionary bias

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