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Constructive Techniques


Require a stimulus for focus. People are asked to create a story from a picture, scenario or other starting points. Essentially respondents are instructed to present their opinions of other people’s actions, feelings or attitudes. This allows people to respond freely as they are not explicitly stating how they would personally act, believe or think. They are usually extensive techniques useful for understanding the context and the bigger picture around an issue. Examples of this technique would include the Conceivers’ technique, Bubble drawings & Treemen.