Q 16Q 16
Which of the following is not one of the reasons why research participants are debriefed following an experiment?
A) Any questions or misunderstandings that the participants may have about an experiment can be cleared up by the experimenter.
B) Unintended negative effects of an experimental procedure (e.g., embarrassment) can be corrected or minimized by the experimenter.
C) To provide information to participants about after-care available to them in the event that there are more lasting effects of their participation in an experiment.
D) When deception has been used, to ensure that the participants did not discover the true purpose of the experiment.