EDUC 750 Quiz 6

EDUC 750 Quiz 6 Liberty University

  1. The way questions are written and the characteristics of the respondents can lead to:
  2. One way a researcher can ensure that relevant questions are asked in a survey is to investigate questions suggested by prior researchers.
  3. Using a previously designed instrument is discouraged in survey research.
  4. Which one of the following guidelines will help an interviewer maintain balance in an in-person interview?
  5. In order to maintain confidentiality in survey research it is crucial that all surveys are completed anonymously.
  6. Response categories that allow respondents to indicate the extent to which they agree or disagree with statements are called _____ responses.
  7. When is the potential for context effect the greatest?
  8. Households without internet access tend to be older and poorer than those that are connected.
  9. Which component listed below is the most critical to a mailed survey’s success?
  10. According to the authors, the only good question is a(n) _____question.
  11. One way to ensure that possibly relevant questions are asked is to use questions suggested by prior research, theory, experience, or experts (including participants) who are knowledgeable about the setting under investigation.
  12. Omission of cases that should be surveyed is referred to as:
  13. The B-A design is a type of _____ design.
  14. In the baseline phase, measurements are taken until a (n) _____ emerges.
  15. Extraneous events are the most significant threat to internal validity of a single-subject design.
  16. Which ethical issue is unique to single-subject design research?
  17. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of single-subject design?
  18. Baseline measures should include at least _____ data point(s).
  19. In the Hume and Odom (2007) study, what was the name of the intervention teachers instituted to help Scott?
  20. Which principle is NOT involved in determining practical significance?
  21. In visual analysis, the amount or magnitude of the target variable is referred to as the:
  22. In monitoring using single-subject design, when do the target and intervention emerge?
  23. The more measures are taken in single-subject design, the more certain you will be about a pattern.
  24. Which type of pattern displays scores that fall in a narrow band?
  25. Historically, single-subject designs have been underutilized by school-based practitioners and educational researchers.
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