Structured Interview

The Structured Interview is a data-gathering methodology that involves a standard set of questions asked in the same manner and order. For example, when doing research, you may interview participants instead of asking them to fill out a questionnaire. This method usually results in a higher response rate. People are more likely to verbally answer interview questions rather than fill out a questionnaire that could be several pages long. This method is also used in recruitment to screen job candidates.

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History of Psychology
History of Psychology