Unformatted text preview: high level of fumes emitted in the workshop. He would like to prove this to his supervisor through a research study. 1. Would this be a causal or a correlational study? Why? Casual since we need to know if one was the cause for the other 2. Is this an exploratory, descriptive, or hypothesis-testing (analytical or predictive) study? Why? Hypothesis-testing study, the foreman has already came to a hypothesis and is trying to prove that it has merit 3. What kind of a study would this be: field study , lab experiment, or field experiment? Why? Field Study because we can observe it 4. What would be the unit of analysis? Why? Group 5. Would this be a cross-sectional or a longitudinal study? Why? Cross-sectional study...
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- Spring '10
- Business, researcher, Causality, Longitudinal study