Case Study Disadvantages

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There are many different types of studies that one can do to test a certain group, or individual for results of different drugs, or diets. If I was conducting a research study I would conduct a lab experiment because, I could get the most accurate results even though, a case study is most commonly used in psychology. The validity of a case study is very strong, as well. For example, we have all heard of Sigmund Freud. Sigmund conducted a lot of case studies and they are well known. Furthermore, There are many strengths and weaknesses to a lab experiment. One advantage is the researcher can control the study better in a lab setting. In addition, some disadvantages of doing a lab experiment is that the results may not always be applied to the real world, the results may also, only apply to one situation, and the experiment may be difficult to be done again. Next, if I would do a research study I…show more content…
I believe this area is more populated by different age groups on a daily basis, and it also, includes the employees of every one of the stores. In addition, for signing up to participate for the test I would pay them a decent amount for their time and make sure the subjects are checking in regularly to get the most accurate results. If a few subjects intend to hurt each other, or themselves they will be removed from the test. Next, I think some ethical things that can be done is a BMI test on all the individuals to make sure they aren 't too underweight before they start taking the taboo pill, or the weight loss pill. Another thing would be to have the subjects be weighed and then determine how much the subjects in each group would like to lose. In addition, some methodical problems the subjects may run into during the test is that they lose too much weight weekly, and don 't eat enough based on a 2,000 calorie
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