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Wood Brenna K., Hojnoski Robin L., Laracy Seth D., Olson Christopher L., February, 2016
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Although, collectively, results of earlier direct observation studies suggest momentary time sampling (MTS) may offer certain technical advantages over whole-interval (WIR) and partial-interval (PIR) recording, no study has compared these methods…