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association Correct! temporal ordering maturation reliability
Question 2 The subjects or other units of interest not receiving treatment in a study are called the ______. Correct! control group static group experimental group Solomon Four Group Question 3 Natural changes to subjects taking part in an experiment that threaten internal validity are known as ______. history instrumentation testing
Correct! maturation Question 4 All of the following are identified as threats to internal validity with the exception of ______. selection bias maturation Correct! association testing Question 5 When extreme scores trend towards the mean over repeated tests, and threaten internal validity, this is referred to as ______.
Correct! statistical regression selection bias maturation testing Question 6 The ability to generalize experimental research findings to the population of interest in the “real world” is referred to as ______. instrumentation Correct! external validity reliability testing
Question 7 Internal validity is jeopardized in non-equivalent control group designs due to ______. testing Correct! selection bias history statistical regression Question 8 Which of the following casual relationship criteria may be the easiest to establish? maturation Correct! temporal ordering association
reliability Question 9 Which of the following experiments is used when random assignment to a control or experimental group is not possible, impractical, or unethical? true experiments Correct! quasi-experiments pre-experiments natural experiments Question 10 Which of the following designs uses two non-randomly generated groups that are considered to be similar? one-shot case design
static-group comparison design before-and-after design Correct! non-equivalent control groups design Question 1 Natural settings, not labs, offices, or controlled environments, allow for gathering information about behaviors and actions through ______. interviews Correct! observation document analysis content analysis Question 2 Using both qualitative and quantitative approaches is called ______. deductive reasoning
Correct! mixed-methods ethnography maximum variation sampling Question 3 Qualitative research that is based on examination of documents uses which of the following as units of analysis? groups or organizations Correct! social artifacts interactions individuals Question 4 Gaining meaning and understanding through a systematic collection, review, evaluation, synthesis, and interpretation of documents is called ______.
Correct! document analysis inductive reasoning content analysis deductive reasoning Question 5 All of the following are examples of ethical challenges that researchers face EXCEPT ______. receiving informed consent maintaining anonymity maintaining confidentiality Correct! choosing a proper methodology Question 6
When the researcher becomes a group member unbeknownst to the group, but known to the researcher’s primary contacts, this role conception is called ______. complete observer observer as participant Correct!

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