As online respondents become increasingly more distracted, keeping them engaged is crucial to collecting high-quality responses when conducting online research. If the questions aren’t engaging, you can’t expect them to elicit interesting or creative answers. Projective techniques are a way to liven up your studies and really give respondents room for creativity and expression.
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- What projective techniques are and why you should use them
- Types of projective techniques and how you can implement them in your research
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