15. The tendency of the respondents to give answers that may not be accurate but that may be desirablefrom a social standpoint is called ________.A) interviewer biasB) social desirabilityC) nonresponse errorD) response rateE) the fundamental attribution error16. ________ is defined as the error due to the interviewer's failure to follow the correct interviewing procedures.17. A large and nationally representative sample of households who have agreed to periodically participate in mail questionnaires, product tests, and telephone surveys are called ________.18. ________ is the bias that arises when actual respondents differ from those who refuse to participate inways that affect the survey results.19. A(n) ________ is sent to only those respondents who complete the survey.A) promised incentiveB) observed incentiveC) prepaid incentiveD) virtual incentiveE) completion incentive
20. Which of the following is a disadvantage of observational data?