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Reel: media attention can distort the basic income experiment results

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the Extra media attention may distort the turn of the year in the start of a basic income results of the experiment, the Coil warns on its website, published the blog text.

"the Interest is understandable, but in order to try the results are not distorted, the test subjects should not be approached any more than without the experiment.

the Research point of view also other media attention can undermine the reliability of the results", the Coil write.

basic income experiment the primary objective is to study the basic income effect of the experiment on the selected group of the population employment and labour market behaviour, the Reel report.

in the alternative may be to investigate other effects, such as participants ' experience of well-being.

"As a social scientific research in general, the subject of interest is the basic revenue of the impact on the population level, not the basic income effect of the individual", the Coil specified.

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