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*[[How does bias impact research findings?]]
*[[How does bias impact research findings?]]
*[[Does every research study have bias?]]
*[[Does every research study have bias?]]
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*[[What is a dependent groups design?]]
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*[[What is the difference between a dependent and independent design?]]
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*[[What is a matched groups design?]]
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*[[What is a multi-factor experiment?]]
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*[[What is a time series design?]]
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*[[What is deductive research?]]
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*[[What is descriptive research?]]
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*[[What is the purpose of descriptive research?]]
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*[[How is correlational research different than experimental research?]]
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*[[What is historical research?]]
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*[[What are the advantages/disadvantages of historical research?]]
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*[[When do we use case studies?]]
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*[[Can we generalize findings to the population with a case study?]]
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*[[What is naturalistic research?]]
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*[[How is naturalistic research conducted?]]
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*[[What is the most important thing about action research?]]
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*[[What makes applied research different than other types of research?]]
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*[[What types of problems does basic research try to answer?]]
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*[[How does one conduct basic research?]]
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Translating your research Hypothesis into research materials
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