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    • Ethics using laboratory experiments in EWT.
      • Deception
        • Often used so PP's don't change their behaviour
      • Informed consent
      • Competence
      • Withdrawal, privacy & confidentiality rights.
      • Debriefing
    • Reliability & Validity
      • Laboratory Experiments
        • Good Controls- reliability
        • Ecological Validity & artificial task- validity
      • Field Experiments
        • Good controls- reliability & ecological validity
        • Lacking controls & artificial tasks- validity
    • Outline of procedure of Yuielle & Cutshall
      • 13/21 witnesses agreed to research.
        • Not including victim
      • 4/5 months later, 13 witnesses were interviewed- transcribed (own account & Q's)
      • 2 misleading questions: half half a/the yellow quarter panel. Half half a/the busted headlight.
        • No broken headlight and quarter light was blue.
      • Details were divided into 'actions', 'object' & 'person' details.
      • Practical Application
        • Compared to real life gun shooting.
    • Token Economy Programme
      • To obtain desirable behaviour
      • Behaviour modification
      • Operant principles
      • Tokens traded for rewards
      • Administered by anyone with correct training. Cheap. Many studies support the success.
      • Learning may not transfer to home environment (recidivism).
      • Field et al. young people with behavioural problems. Found that TEP's worked generally.


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