Lesson 2: Importance of Quantitative Research Across Fields & Nature of Variables

QuizÂ by Lorraine Shirai Dedumo

Practical Research 2
Philippines Curriculum: SHS Applied Subjects (MELC)

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10 questions
• Q1
Interventions to problems are not possible because of research.
TRUE
MAYBE
FALSE
30s
• Q2
When quantitative researchers explore questions of differences or questions of relationships, they do so in an attempt to uncover certain patterns of behavior.
TRUE
MAYBE
FALSE
30s
• Q3
Social Media are often interested in how an understanding of a particular communication phenomenon might generalize to a larger population.
FALSE
MAYBE
TRUE
30s
• Q4
The primary function of research in ABM is to correctly determine the effects of drugs and other medicines.
MAYBE
TRUE
FALSE
30s
• Q5
This include the assumption that the social world is studied within the same way.
Education
Negativism
Psychology
Positivism
30s
• Q6
People who cause, influence, or affect outcomes.
Nominal Variable
Dependent Variable
Independent Variable
Confounding Variable
30s
• Q7
Have values that lie along an evenly dispersed range of numbers when there's a temperature, as hostile net worth, which could have a negative debt-to-income ratio-level variable.
Ratio Variables
Nominal Variable
Interval Variables
Ordinal Variables
30s
• Q8
Those that are measured during a study because they potentially influence the quantity, using statistical procedures like analysis of covariance to manage these variables.
Confounding Variables
Intervening Variables
Dependent Variables
Control Variables
30s
• Q9
People who don't seem to be actually measured but they exist.
Control Variables
Intervening Variables
Confounding Variables
Dependent Variables
30s
• Q10
These variables represent categories that cannot be ordered in any particular way. Examples are biological sex (males vs. females).
Interval Variables
Ratio Variables
Nominal Variables
Ordinal Variables
30s

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