Unformatted text preview: 2. Describe the target population. 3. Indicate whether or not the sample was chosen randomly. 4. Describe the sample. 5. Identify the study unit. 6. List the variables measured in the study. 7. List the possible sources of systematic error in the study. 8. Discuss whether or not the study investigators attempted to minimize these possible sources of systematic error....
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- Fall '11
- possible sources, systematic error, Cambron JA