Name of Student: Professor: Subject: Date: Leading Questions and Double Barreled questions A leading question is assumptive. Leading questions are effective tools when a particular interviewee is reluctant to give a response. It is a question that encourages another person to give a desired answer. The phrase in the question manipulates a respondent to provide an in you of the services that we offer in our clinic? The patient will have to think of two answers in one phrase CITATION Ter08 \l 1033 (Terry). Works Cited BIBLIOGRAPHY Susan Ayers and de Visser Richard. Psychology for Medicine. SAGE 2010. Terry J. Fadem. The Art of Asking: Ask Better Questions Get Better Answers. FT Press 2008. [...]
Explain, in your own words, what a leading question is. Write three health care-related questions that are leading. Explain, in your own words, what a double-barreled question is. Write three health care-related questions that are double-barreled.