Three tips for successfully sampling adolescents at schools

Adolescents are a fascinating group to study, because (as Britney once loosely put it) they are not children, [though] not yet adults (Spears, 2001). Finding adolescents to participate in a study however can be difficult, expensive, and time consuming. Contacting schools seems like a convenient solution. Even though this can surely save time and money, there are some pitfalls to be wary of when you are working with people outside of your immediate field. When collecting data for a study on the effects of advergaming among adolescents, I learned that getting my (scientific) point across to people outside of my own field sometimes requires specific tact. After some ups and down, I feel confide

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