What's a practical implication?

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What is meant, when it says to 'describe a practical implication of the results'??

Posted Mon 14th May, 2012 @ 18:14 by R.

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i think it just means the effects/implications on society. for example, the biological theory on abnormality led to the development of drugs for mental illnesses. hope that helps! what is the whole question?

Answered Tue 15th May, 2012 @ 12:43 by Jessica :)
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You could say that if the results are incorrect and they are then generalised to wider society, then it could have implications...

Example:

Like the whole MMR Jab and the link with Autism: the findings were incorrect and when the findings were given out to society, it resulted in loads of mothers not vacinatting their children with the MMR jab.

Hope this helps :D

Answered Tue 15th May, 2012 @ 12:48 by Fyzah :p
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The easiest way is to take the conclusion from a study and then interpret it. For example with Latane et al Social Loafing Study the practical implicartion would be 'we now know that the higher the amount of people there are in a group the less effort is put into the task'. Putting the 'we now know that' will immediately ring bells for the examiner. I hope that helps.

Answered Sat 9th January, 2016 @ 19:30 by Farhan Abubacar
Edited by Farhan Abubacar on Sat 23rd January, 2016 @ 19:41
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Thank you so much :)  The whole question was 'Outline one practical implication of the results of research into Social Influence' how would you answer that? :)

Answered Thu 17th May, 2012 @ 16:16 by R.
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ex dee

Answered Sat 2nd June, 2018 @ 13:24 by Rohan Gahir