Experimenter Effect
Term used by parapsychologists to indicate an experimental
result that has been influenced by the conscious or unconscious
attitudes or behavior of the experimenter, rather than by the
characteristics or psi factors relating to the subject. Such an effect
could involve the expectations (positive or negative) of the
experimenter or the particular methods used in dealing with

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