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Reality

Stable vs Personal, contextual

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Data

Number "hard" vs words "soft"

3

Perspective

Outsider vs Insider

4

Approach to knowing

Reductionistic vs Contextual, holistic

5

Research approach

objectvie vs subjective

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Research conditions

Controlled vs naturalistic

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Goal

verification (tests hypothesis) vs discovery,(generate hypothesis)

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Methods

Measurement vs description

9

Data analyiyes

deductive vs inductive

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Outcomes

facs vs meaning, understanding

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Quanititive Data

Experiments
Mechanical observation
Stimulation

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Typs of research instruments

questionnaires
checklist
distribution
interview
Observation
Experimental approach

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Reliability is the

degree in which an assessment tool produces stable and consistent results.

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INTER-RATER reliability

used to assess the degree to which different judges or rates agree in their assessment decisions.

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INTER-RATER reliability ( pass C high correlation with NCE)

used to assess the degree to which different judges or rates agree in their assessment decisions.

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Validity refers to how well a test measures.

Measure what is is purported to measure

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Criterion related validity is used to

predict future or current performance, it correlates test results with another criterion of interest.