Conducting research on the internet
Claire Hewson looks at the pros and cons.
Can psychological research studies conducted via the internet provide valid and reliable data? This question is becoming more and more pressing as an increasing number of psychologists take advantage of the internet as a tool for conducting ‘primary’ research – that is, to recruit participants, administer materials, and collect data.
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