Quiz 4 - 1. Statistical controls allow researchers to...

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1. Statistical controls allow researchers to reduce the risk of spurious attributions of causality in non-experimental research. The value of this for establishing causality is A. Weakened due to the inability to control for all extraneous variables B. Weakened due to the inability to meet the criterion of time order in non-experimental research C. Relevant only if the causal criterion of association between the independent and dependent variables cannot be met D. Stronger than the value of random assignment for establishing causality in experimental research E. The same as the value of randomization for establishing causality in experimental research Right Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A 2. Two studies test a hypothesis about the association between crime and drug use. Study A uses a cross-sectional survey design to test the hypothesis that crime increases drug use. Adults are surveyed and asked about their levels of drug use and criminal behavior. Study B uses a cross- sectional survey design to test the hypothesis that juvenile delinquency causes drug use. Adults are surveyed about their delinquent behaviors in adolescence and whether they are currently using drugs. With respect to the two studies
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