Hawthorne Effect

IB Psychology: Hawthorne Effect

One of the evaluation strategies used by students on the exam is the "Hawthorne Effect." This is often used as a synonym for demand characteristics. I think that this needs a bit of clarification.​Demand characteristics refer to when participants unconsciously change their behavior to meet the expectations of the research. Examples include expectancy effect and social desirability effect. Demand characteristics are...

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