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1.Using the Critical Incident Technique in Counselling Psychology Research" article. Clearly all five are important in the article. What happens if one sets the methodology up perfectly and then the execution of it is faulty for any reason, what is the point of figuring out the methodology then?

2.In addition, It is also important to set up the research organize and plan what areas will be addressed in the research. According to the article, in this stage you are also taking into account steps 3, 4 & 5. I also, believe this step is the most challenging as well. It seems that it could be very overwhelming. How about you; do you have any suggestions on how to efficiently go about step 2?

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1.Using the Critical Incident Technique in Counselling Psychology Research" article. Clearly all five are important in the article. What happens if one sets the methodology up perfectly and then the execution of it is faulty for any reason, what is the point of figuring out the methodology then?

Methodology is the guide. When the research is not going well, the methodology can get you back on track by refocusing your aims and goals about the research. The methodology provides the step by step information that is critical to those goals. So it becomes a guide to find where the research is not meeting the demands of the project and then helps to reset it. For example, if ...

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A review of CIT research, specifically methodology.

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