What Is the Difference between Overt and Covert?

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The main difference between overt and covert is that covert refers to something done in secret while avert is done in the open. These two words are mostly used by the psychologists to describe the different types of behaviour. The overt behaviour can be seen by other people while the covert behaviour can not be seen.
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covert is in secret, so overt would be out in the open. For example in Surveillance: Covert surveillance is any hidden equipment or personnel used to watch, observe, or otherwise
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Both adjectives, overt means open to view or knowledge; not
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Overt research you tell the particpants what you are doing and possibly why but you reveal yourself to them as a researcher. Covert research is where the researcher is a passive or
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To me, direct aggression (overt) is easy to identify. The person's anger/aggression comes out directly on others and the environment-verbally and physically violent. I've never heard
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