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Informed consent involves completely disclosing to participants the goals and procedures involved in your study and obtaining their agreement to participate. Biased - when a party tends to favor certain results. Can occur many ways, including but not limited to the size of the sample, the way the sample is chose, or the conduct of the researcher. When it is the researcher who influences the results of the study to favor a certain outcome, the bias is called researcher bias. Intentional or unintentional. Errors in a study resulting from the way that the sample is chosen are sampling errors. Dropout – begins the experiment but the fails to complete it. A possible result of a sampling error is that of participation bias. Created when there is a problem with either the participation- or lack thereof- of those chosen for the study. Self selected survey. Non-sampling errors occur from sources other than the construction of the sample. (a subject lies when answering a survey) A
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