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non-reactive measure


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Any measure of behaviour that is not influenced by awareness on the part of the participants or subjects that their behaviour is being observed or measured. In general, unobtrusive measures are considered non-reactive, and some other techniques, such as randomized response, are also intended to be non-reactive. See also reactivity.

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