Impact on Research

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So looking at what we're measuring and giving us very good advice that we would never have thought of. So as an example we were doing socio-demographics and asking about parent income, and parent family framework - like if it was a single family to - you know different questions about the family. But they said like why do you need to know this information, like why do you need to know how much money we have as a family? So when we explained it to them they said oh, that makes a lot of sense, they said why don't you write that down and then people will understand the reasons why. Because it's - you know -

And also just with sequence in the way we ask questions, like to put things that are easier, less intimidating, upfront, and things that are a little bit more challenging later in the sequence of assessments. So just the sequencing and the way we ask questions and the explanations.

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