Simine Vazire Defines Self-Report

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      SIMINE VAZIRE: So self-reports are probablythe most commonly used method in psychological science.And it's just what it sounds like.It means asking participants to tell youabout their level of the variable you're interested in.So if you're interested in happiness, you would ask them,how happy are you?Or you might use different language,but the goal is to get at how happy theyare according to themselves.So you might ask them, how satisfiedare you with your life?

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      SIMINE VAZIRE [continued]: Do you like yourself?Are you often in a good mood?Things like that.And you're taking their answer at face value.You're saying, if you say you're happy,then I'm going to consider you happy.[MUSIC PLAYING]

Simine Vazire Defines Self-Report

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Dr. Simine Vazire defines self-report as a research method in which participants report their own experience and researchers take this information at face value.

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Simine Vazire Defines Self-Report

Dr. Simine Vazire defines self-report as a research method in which participants report their own experience and researchers take this information at face value.

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