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9 types of research bias and how to avoid them – featured in Quirks

9 types of research bias and how to avoid them – featured in Quirks

iModerate

Aug 26, 2015

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Seasoned research experts know that bias can find its way into any research program – its naïve to think that any research could be 100 percent free from it. But when does bias become a problem? And how do we identify and control the sources of bias to deliver the highest-quality research possible?

Check out the article in Quirks to learn about the 9 types of bias and how to avoid them in your next research initiative.

iModerate’s online qualitative interviews have been enormously helpful to us during the concept testing phase of research. iModerate provides us with invaluable feedback from a nationally representative group of Americans within a very short time frame. Not only do we get this data quickly, but it is also high quality. iModerate’s moderators are skilled at asking questions that yield useful responses. iModerate reports provide information that’s more than interesting, it’s actionable.

Sara Bamossy, Senior Strategic Planner, Saatchi & Saatchi LA