Interviewer bias

Interviewer bias describes a situation where the interviewer influences responses from participants. The interviewer may subtly communicate expected answers in the same way as an experimenter might with experimenter bias. Interviewer bias can be illustrated in terms of leading questions. The language used in questions can affect the answer given. L...
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