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CSU Research Designs

CSU Research Designs (Quantitative)

Solomon Four Group Design True Experimental How would you diagram this(use: R/r, O, & X)?
Counterbalance Design Order of interventions is switched from time 1 to time 2 (This can be used in true experimental, or quasi experimental studies) True Experimental if assignment to groups is random, Quasi if no random assignment
Nonequivalent Pretest-Posttest Control Group Design Quasi-Experimental - like comparing two classrooms, or two hospitals How would you diagram this(use: R/r, O, & X)?
Time Series Designs O1 O2 O3 X O4 O5 O6 Quasi-Experimental
One Group Pretest Posttest Design O1 X O2 This is an example of which type of design? _______ Experimental
One Shot Case Study X O Pre-Experimental
Survey Non-Experimental, Quantitative
Post Hoc Non Experimental, Quantitative Name Examples
Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial True Experimental Name Examples
Correlation Study (Passive Observation) Non Experimental (Are two variables correlated?) Name Examples
R The sample was Randomly...
r How is r different from R?
X Application of the independent variable
O1 The 1st time that the _____________ variable is measured
O2 The 2nd time that the dependent ______________ is measured
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