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Any suggestions for not ruining experiments?

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I have to participate in psych studies for my psych class, but today I found out what the researcher was going for and my data was basically useless. She seemed pretty miffed, but I don't know what I should do to avoid just knowing that the researcher is lying. I asked my professor but he may not have any ideas because if this was a common problem, research studies would likely be a lot less reliable. Any suggestions?

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1 minute ago, James Evens said:

Just take part in the NMR studies. Lot of hours and not very specify requirements.

Not sure what NMR studies are, what kind of studies are those?

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1 minute ago, James Evens said:

maybe MRI sounds familiar?

Are these psychological studies? These sound physiological. What should I look out for?

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Just now, James Evens said:

They give a task as simple as watching porn or gambling and watch what your brains does.

Ah. I don't believe we have many of those available, but I'll be sure to prioritize those.

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1 minute ago, James Evens said:

Since they are anyway in the hospital they are also a good opportunity to donate blood afterwards.

We actually had our blood drive this week

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I wouldn’t worry, I had to participate in Psych studies too, most of them are pretty bad at controlling variables. As long as the hours get logged and you pass, that’s all that mattered to me.

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