Examining the effects of probe frequency, response options, and framing within the thought-probe method

Volume: 51, Issue: 1, Pages: 398 - 408
Published: Feb 1, 2019
Abstract
A recent surge of interest in the empirical measurement of mind-wandering has led to an increase in the use of thought-probing to measure attentional states, which has led to large variation in methodologies across studies (Weinstein in Behavior Research Methods, 50, 642–661, 2018). Three sources of variation in methodology include the frequency of thought probes during a task, the number of response options provided for each probe, and the way...
Paper Details
Title
Examining the effects of probe frequency, response options, and framing within the thought-probe method
Published Date
Feb 1, 2019
Volume
51
Issue
1
Pages
398 - 408
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