Flashcards in Non-Experimental Methods - quick test Deck (18):
What is a way of sampling behaviour in an observation where it is coded every time it is seen?
What is a sampling technique where participants volunteer themselves for the research?
What is usually not obtained when conducting observations?
What is a way of sampling behaviour in an observation where it is coded at certain intervals, e.g. every 30 seconds?
What is it difficult to control in observations?
What is an example of an ethical issue?
What is the type of study where a participant is studied over a long period of time?
What is the type of correlation where both variables increase with one another?
What problem can observations suffer from, due to the fact that they can be interpreted in a biased way?
What is the type of correlation where as one variable increases, the other one decreases?
What do observations have a lot of?
What sampling technique is though to be the most representative of a target population?
What is it difficult to do with data from a case study?
What can we not establish using correlations?
Cause and effect
More often than not, what kind of data is collected from an interview?
What is the term used to refer to whether we are measuring what we claim to measure?
More often than not, what kind of data is collected from questionnaires?