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Concept mapping is a group process for generating consensus about how different ideas relate to each other. Often used in CBPR, participants define the relatedness of ideas by sorting ideas by sorting the responses into cluster grouping based on perceived similarity. Statements produced during a brainstorming session are analyzed using multivariable statistical analyses that show how strongly different ideas relate to one another.
3-5 hours or spread over the course of a few days
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