In evaluations, the aspects of a natural settings environment in which
an evaluation of how a child interacts with a new toy and for how long
they before they get bored is referred to as the wild studies.
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The answer is true. For wild studies to work effectively, the study must be evaluated on a two-fold premise: (1) having a participant to record and (2) some usage to reflect upon. The individual conducting the wild study relinquishes control of the object being evaluated so he or she can observe how it is being used.
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