# An describes the interrelationships between concepts

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Chapter 13 / Exercise 8
Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
Olsen/Peck
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21. A(n) _____ describes the interrelationships between concepts and constructs. A. Hypothetical construct B. Postulation C.Conceptual scheme D. Operational definition E. Inductive argument
Level: Easy 22. Which term below refers to a construct that is presumed to exist, but can only be inferred from data?
Level: Easy 23. A customer is defined as a patron and a patron is defined as a client of an establishment. This is an example of a(n) _____.
Level: Moderate
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Chapter 13 / Exercise 8
Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
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Chapter 03 - Thinking Like a Researcher 3-9 24. To be categorized as a customer, an individual must have a history of shopping at the establishment at least twice prior to the start of the study with expenditures of more than \$10. This is an example of a(n) _____.
Level: Moderate 25. A(n) _____ defines a variable in terms of specific measurement and testing criteria. A. Hypothetical construct B.Operational definition C. Dictionary definition D. Conceptual scheme E. Moderating variable
Level: Easy 26. Which term below refers to an event, act, characteristic, trait, or attribute that can be measured and to which we assign categorical values?
Model Level: Easy
Chapter 03 - Thinking Like a Researcher 3-10 27. Which of the following can not be thought of as variables?
Level: Moderate 28. James is entering data on client gender. Because the values entered reflect male or female, this variable is _____.
Level: Moderate 29. A variable is said to be _____ when it has only two values, reflecting the presence or absence of a property. A.Dichotomous B. Discrete C. Ratio-scaled D. Metric E. Continuous
Level: Easy
Chapter 03 - Thinking Like a Researcher 3-11 30. All of the following are examples of dichotomous variables except _____.
Level: Difficult