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Continuous monitoring: Algase et al. (1997); Black and Reiss (1967); Chadsey-Rusch and Gonzalez (1988); Drury (1990); Frank et al. (1997); Guilmet (1979); LeCompte (1978); LeCompte et al. (1993); Longabaugh (1980); McCall (1978); Reiss (1971).

Ethology and human ethology: Atzwanger et al. (1997); Burkhardt (2005); Chisholm (1983); Eibl- Eiblsfeldt (1989); Houck and Drikamer (1996); Lehner (1996); P. Martin and Bateson (1993). Studying children’s behavior under natural conditions: Fine and Sandstrom (1988); McIver et al. (2009); Meehan (2009); Pellegrini (1996).

Time allocation studies: Bock (2002); Bove et al. (2000); Gurven and Kaplan (2006); Hames (1992); Umezaki et al. (2002).

Experience sampling: Hektner et al. (2007); Scollon et al. (2005). See Kahneman et al. (2004) for a method that duplicates experience sampling through direct interviews rather than with beeper interrupts.

Pseudopatients and simulated clients: Chalker et al. (2004); Katz and Nare (2002); Marsh et al.

(2004); Tuladhar et al. (1998); Viberg et al. (2009).

Deception in participant observation: Brymer (1998); Bulmer (1991); Cassell (1982); Lauder (2003); Lugosi (2006); Rynkiewick and Spradley (1976).

Proxemics: Ardener (1981); Hogh-Olesen (2008); Kendon (1981); Kenner and Katsimaglis (1993); Low and Lawrence-Zuniga (2003).

 
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