|Which of the following statements does NOT apply to simple random sampling method Not useful if you want to study a rare phenomenon Selection of the respondents is decided by the researcher Used when no prior information about the target population is available Each individual is chosen entirely by chance and has an equal chance os being selected.
What type of variable does the NATIONALITY represent in the following example? A study investigating how the level of physical activity differs by nationality of participants Continuous variable Nominal variable Ordinal variable Discrete variable.
What type of variable does the HEART BEAT represent in the following example? A study investigating how the level of physical activity influences the resting heart rate Discrete variable Nominal variable Continuous variable Ordinal variable.
"This psychometric property indicates the level of consistency of a study or a test, i.e. its stability over time or degree to which different researchers give consistent estimates of the phenomenon". Which of the following terms fits the best with the preceding statement? Reliability Independency Validity Objectivity.
"The extent to which a concept, conclusion or measurement is well-founded and likely corresponds accurately to the real world". Which of the following psychometric qualities is the best with the preceding statement? Objectivity Reliability Independency Validity.
What type of variable does the PHYSICAL ACTIVITY represent in the following example? A study investigating how the level of physical activity influences the Body Mass Index Controlled variable Moderating variable Independent variable Dependent variable.
This sort of research strives for acquiring knowledge for sake of knowledge itself i.e. it expands current knowledge, helps predict future phenomena and its theoretical in its nature. Which of the following options its the best? Basic research Applied research Specific research None of the options.
Which of the following sampling methods does NOT belong to the probability sampling methods, i.e. does not select the participant/cases at random? Quota sampling Cluster sampling Systematic sampling Stratified sampling.
Please match the following questions with the appropriate thesis/article sections What do your findings mean? How do you study the research problem? What are your findings? What is the research problem?.
Which of the following study designs is best characterized by running the experiment, with one group being exposed to a treatment (e.g. medication or physical activity program) and the second one not? None of the options Case report Randomized controlled trial Cohort (longitudinal) study.
What type of variable does the PHYSICAL ACTIVITY represent in the following example? A study investigating how the socioeconomic status is related to the level of physical activity Controlled variable Independent variable Moderating variable Dependent variable.