hawthorne effect






noun Psychology.

  1. a positive change in the performance of a group of persons taking part in an experiment or study due to their perception of being singled out for special consideration.

noun

  1. improvement in the performance of employees, students, etc, brought about by making changes in working methods, resulting from research into means of improving performanceCompare iatrogenic, placebo effect

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