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Now imagine that you are conducting research on the length of time it takes customers to select items in a grocery store. Assume that your hypothesis is that people will spend more time deciding on more expensive items than on cheaper items.
• What might be the advantages of using naturalistic observation?
• What might be the disadvantages of using naturalistic observation?


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