This chapter considers the effects of the experimenter's motives on the operation of expectancy effects. It describes experiments involving individual subjects and subjects in groups to investigate the effects of varying incentives on experimenter expectancy effects. Subjects' perception of their experimenter and the prediction of computational errors are discusseed.
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