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- Research designs that are group comparisons may include:
- Examples of quasi-experimental designs include ___________________.
- All of the following are not quasi experimental research designs, except for:
- Internal validity relates to ________________.
- According to the Jackson text, what are the differences between the quasi experimental methods and the correlational methods?
- There is a chance that a researcher can create two equal groups.
- All of the following are necessary characteristics of the true experimental design except ________________.
- A two-group experimental design which has random selection, random assignment, or a mixture of both and the dependent variable is measured in each group, after the independent variable was manipulated. Then the DV measures for each group are compared. This group comparison research design is called a ______________________.
- Factorial designs refer to:
- The nonequivalent control group design involves a group comparison where the control group is equivalent to the research group.
- In a single case design research study:
- A design in which participants are measured on a trait they already possess and assigned to categories based on that trait, rather than manipulating the independent variable is the ______________.
- It has been said that the methods section of a research proposal is the most concrete of all the sections.
- The quasi-experimental research design, on the continuum of robustness is usually at one end of the continuum with the correlational design at the opposite end.
- A quasi-experimental research design may be used when:
- The post facto design can speak to the cause and effect of a relationship.
- Confounding variables are:
- When creating groups, a researcher can feel more confident about how equivalent they are based on ___________________.
- A research design often used in the behavioral sciences, especially counseling is known as the:
- In the Knight and Tetrault study guide, the authors discuss Creswell’s recommendations about which items should be included in the methods section of a research proposal. These include:
- Since quasi-experimental research is on the continuum of robustness between true experimental design and correlational research:
- An experimental design which has random selection, random assignment, or a mixture of both and the dependent variable is measured before and after the independent variable was manipulated, and then the pre-rest and post test scores are compared, is called a ______________________.
- In the true-experimental design, the independent variable is not actively being changed.
- An ANOVA is:
- The participants in post facto design are measured on a trait that the participant already possesses.
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