Leads mean clues or pieces of information that aid in the progress of an investigation.

In the context of psychology, "leads" usually refers to pieces of information or clues that suggest a particular hypothesis or direction for further investigation. It can also refer to potential research participants who have expressed interest in participating in a study or who fit certain inclusion criteria.

Here are some examples of how "leads" might be used in psychology:

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