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12.  Why would there be ethical issues of risk associated

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12.  Why would there be ethical issues of risk associated with a researcher becoming part of a group without telling group members that they were being studied?

13.  Jacob, Tennenbaum, Seilhamer, Bargiel, and Sharon (1994) studied two types of families, distress and nondistressed.  The researchers tape recorded interactions among family members.  One concern the researchers had involved subject reactivity, which did not seem to be a problem in this study.  Why did the researchers suggest there was no subject reactivity?

14.  Identify the problems associated with observer bias and observer drift.  How can researchers

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