noun. a process modeled to reveal the demand attributes of a specific analysis by asking engaged parties to report on their interpretations at multiple different points during the research prior to the analysis has being finished.

PREINQUIRY: "The preinquiry will give researchers more information as the trial evolves and changes than if we were to forego it all together."
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