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High correlation between two or more researchers in assessing the subjects. | |

When the awareness of being in a study alters a subject's response or behaviour. | |

Effects change in other variables. | |

A probability sampling method which uses a sample interval to chose a sample. | |

Explain the hypothesis and help to predict events. | |

Statement of predicted relationship between two variables. | |

Involves placebo use. | |

Every unit of the population must have the same chance of entering the study. | |

Weak design that is nevertheless useful for pilot studies to gain understanding of variables surrounding a problem. | |

One can generalize that a sample of the population represents the entire population | |

Variables that could have an effect, but which we do not wish to study | |

This specifies variables to be manipulated, identifies the subject population, directs the conduct of the study, and narrows the field of research. | |

Statement of predicted relationship between three or more variables. | |

A hypothesis in which the descriptors indicate the direction of the study. | |

Research model that uses an informal literary style to report findings. | |

Name one of the three forms of experimental design | |

Used when there are only a few subjects for a study and they are difficult to find. | |

States the expected relationship between variables expected as the study's outcome. | |

Name one of the four types of non-probability sampling. | |

Investigator identifies problem to be investigated, measures and quantifies data related to the problem, collects and analyzes the data, and forms a conclusion. | |

Logical thought process of reasoning from generalizations | |

Minimization of the likelihood of a chance result | |

Statistical measure given as a percent expressing how confident you are in the results of a study. | |

An action plan that describes work to be done in a discipline. | |

Assumes that all traits or characteristics of organisms can be quantified. | |

Control of all variables is key to an experiment's... | |

Structured research design is similar to a experiment, but usually lacks randomization. | |

Used because study subjects can unwillingly alter their normal behaviour while in a study | |

Design that involves manipulation of variables, randomization, and controlled conditions. | |

Organizational structure by which we formulate questions and answers during experiments. | |

Describe the relationship type. Feeding rats large quantities of warfarin results in them hemorrhaging on the inside. | |

Name one of the two key attributes of the positivist paradigm. | |

General statements are made to explain the phenomena, which leads to a hypothesis. | |

Sampling method with unknown probability that each unit of population will be included, can lead to bias. | |

A research model that produces quantitative data and uses deductive reasoning. | |

Translates the problem and purpose into a clear explanation or prediction of the expected outcomes of the study. | |

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