A poor sampling methods used which create biased or

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occur when surveys are conducted? A] Poor sampling methods used which create biased or non-representative populations. B] Poor sampling methods used which create biased or non-representative samples. C] Quantitative variables are poorly defined for samples. D] Qualitative variables are poorly defined for populations. 9. When is cluster sampling used in research? A] When you have a homogeneous population to sample. B] When you have a non-homogenous population to sample. C] When your population of interest is located in a small geographic region. D] When your population of interest is located in a wide geographic region. E] When your population of interest is a non-proportional population. F] When your population of interest over-sampled. 3
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10. A researcher studied the relationship between stress levels and health. In Study # 1, the researcher found that as stress levels increased the number of physical symptoms increased. In Study # 2 the researcher found that as stress levels increased the functioning level of the immune system decreased. Which statement below is correct? A] Study #1 is an example of a positive relationship; Study # 2 is a positive relationship. B] Study #1 is an example of a positive relationship; Study # 2 is a negative relationship. C] Study #1 is an example of a negative relationship; Study # 2 is a negative relationship. D] Study #1 is an example of a negative relationship; Study # 2 is a positive relationship. 11. Double-blind peer review is named this because: A] The editor and the reviewer do not know the identity of the researcher. B] The editor and the researcher do not know the identity of the reviewer. C] The researcher and the reviewer do not know the identity of the editor. D] The researcher and the reviewer do not know the identity of each other. E] The editor and the reviewer do not know the identity of each other. 12. The three [3] core principles of research on human subjects are: A] Respect for Persons; Informed Consent; and Justice. B] Respect for Persons; Concern for Welfare; and Justice. C] Informed Consent; Concern for Welfare; and Justice. D] Respect for Persons; Concern for Welfare; and Informed Consent. 13. When is a full research ethics board review NOT required? A] When the subject is tested for less than one hour. B] When the subject is of legal age of consent, [19 or older]. C] When the chance of harm is not greater than daily life. D] When the research does not involve direct contact between subject and researcher. 14. Theories are meant to provide explanations of phenomena. They have a number of other purposes also. Which of the following is NOT a purpose of theories? A] Organization of phenomena. B] Guide decisions for human activities. C] Prediction of outcomes in new situations. D] Generation of new research. 4
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15. What does the term ectoderm mean? A] On the back of an animal.
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