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4. How are quantitative and qualitative research approaches different?A.Reality is viewed objectively in qualitative research and constructed by the individual in quantitative researchB.Design is highly controlled in quantitative research and adaptable in qualitative researchC.Sampling is population-based in qualitative research and restricted to individuals in quantitative research D.Analysis in deductive in qualitative research and inductive in quantitative research
ANS: B5. A nurse researcher designs a study to measure pain ratings of subjects using a relaxation exercise and also interview them about their experiences. What type of research is being conducted?6. Which of the following is most important to the researcher in selecting a research design?7. The research design that involves identifying the variables that represent characteristics of interest and then measuring them in a reliable and valid way is:8. Studies that are conducted by looking at a single phenomenon across multiple populations at a single point in time are called:A.Cross-sectional studies B.Prospective studies C.Longitudinal studies D.Retrospective studies
ANS: A9. Studies that are conducted using data that have already been collected about events that have already happened are classified as:10. Studies planned by the researcher for collection of primary data for the specific research are classified as: