Impact of the Hawthorne effect in a longitudinal clinical study: the case of anesthesia.

Abstract

Clinical research can be influenced by many factors that are capable of invalidating results, and one of these factors is known as the Hawthorne effect: the mere awareness of being under observation can alter the way in which a person behaves. In experimental research this effect can be the undesired effect of the experiments themselves, and the stronger… (More)

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