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and center around a mean of 99.48 (i.e. the technique is reliable) but they are not very close to the actual temperature of 102.6 (the technique is not valid). 0.5 / 0.5 pts Question 14 Which of the following describe(s) the majority of human-animal interaction research studies as reported by Wilson and Barker in 2003? They have been highly controlled, experimental studies They have featured large sample sizes They have not been designed to show cause and effect Correct! Correct! All of the above
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6/12/18, 10)00 PM Module 4, 5 Quiz: ANSC 215 Summer 2018 (WC) Page 10 of 11 0 / 0.5 pts Question 15 A researcher wants to study the effect of reading aloud to a dog on children’s physical health . Which of the following is a quantitative variable that she could measure? How long the child reads to the dog. How many times the child visits the doctor. You Answered You Answered The child's weight All of the above None of the above Not yet graded / 1 pts Question 16 Your Answer: Sparky and Powder are both purebred Beagle dogs owned by 2 different people. List 3 specific reasons explaining why Sparky might need to eat more food than Powder to maintain good body condition (even though they are the same breed). For more energy. Was born with less weight. Might have gotten some infection.
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6/12/18, 10)00 PM Module 4, 5 Quiz: ANSC 215 Summer 2018 (WC) Page 11 of 11 0.5 / 0.5 pts Question 17 "Blinding" in a study means that a subject does not know whether he/she is in an experimental group or a control group. True Correct! Correct! False Not yet graded / 1 pts Question 18 Your Answer: Give one reason why the scientific study of interactions between humans and animals might be important One reason why the scientific study of interactions between humans and animals might be important is that in today’s society, research drives funding, legal and social changes and we study science so that we can know the truth. Quiz Score: 9 out of 15
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