Selective Attrition

Selective Attrition

Selective Attrition refers to a tendency for some people in psychological experiments to be more likely to drop out than others. This isn’t to say that there is a particular type of person that drops out, but just that there is a tendency for some people to drop out, which can threaten the validity of the experiment.

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