Flashcards in Quantitive and Descriptive Research Deck (27)
Case studies (presentation of facts)
Single variable Research
Examples of single variation research
Multiple Variable Research
Multiple Variable Research Correlational methods :
prior in time,
Influence changes in the dependent variable
What I keep the same.
What are extraneous variables
Exist in all type of studies
What is the Hawthorne effect?
Study participants know they are being studied and may report more problems than person's not in the study are consciously aware of.
Without manipulation, natural conditions
Validity (can you replicate this study)
Capture variable of interest
2 types of population-sample relationships
Quasi and non-experimental
Can use convenience sampling
Sampling from subgroups in a population, sample percentile equal Work for equity and quality of representation. MORE RELIABLE and VALIDITY HIGH , especially if they are double blinded.
Target population is large and spread out
Sample from an available population
Means insignificant or no relationship between 2 variables.
Means rejection of null hypothesis.
Claim : X cures Y
X doesn't cure Y
You can't accept
Type I error
Not believing the truth
Type II is accepting
a false null, believing a lie