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Chapter 13: How Do I Decide Whether to Include Perceived Control in My Research?

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How Do I Decide Whether to Include Perceived Control in My Research?
How do I decide whether to include perceived control in my research?

The process of deciding to incorporate perceived control into a research project can be long or short. At its shortest, it consists of a researcher asking an assistant to add a questionnaire to the next assessment battery of an ongoing data collection. At its longest, the process can include a careful consideration of the target phenomenon, the nature of perceived control in a specific domain at a particular developmental level, and the profiles of beliefs and the mechanisms by which they may influence (or be influenced by) target phenomena.

The questions with which one interviews oneself in deciding whether to use perceived control ...

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