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2. How many pps were sent the questionnaire?

  • 28 student nurses
  • 21 nurses and 12 students
  • 12 graduate nurses and 21 students
  • 42 nurses

3. What else could have been a cause of these results?

  • The fact that the study took place in 1966 and so gender differences may have interfered
  • The observer effect
  • The patients
  • How busy the ward was at the time

4. How was the experiment started?

  • The caller rang whenever he thought was best
  • The observer made sure that conditions on the ward were suitable and then called the office using the ward phone and a code word
  • The caller rang whenever he thought the ward was most quiet
  • They rang the office when they were on the ward ad ready

5. What did the observer do after the study ended?

  • Gave the nurse some water
  • Interviewed the nurse and offered psychiatric first aid
  • Argued with the nurse
  • All of this


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