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Suppose you cross tabulate consumption rates with income and find no apparent relationship. When age is introduced you find that there is a relationship between consumption and income within age groups. This is an example of a(n) ________ variable at work. A. antecedent B. component C. extraneous D. suppresser
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Suppose you cross tabulate consumption rates with income and find no apparent relationship. When age is introduced you find that there is a relationship between consumption and income within age groups. This is an example of a suppresser variable at work.
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When political researchers assess opinions towards President Bush's plan for social security reform, a(n) ______ study is used. However, when political researchers want to assess the change in opinion towards the war in Iraq from the initial deployment of troops to the elections in Iraq, a(n) _____ study should be used. A. monitoring, communication B. experimental, ex post facto C. cross-sectional, longitudinal D. exploratory, formal
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When political researchers assess opinions towards President Bush's plan for social security reform, a cross-sectional study is used. However, when political researchers want to assess the change in opinion towards the war in Iraq from the initial deployment of troops to the elections in Iraq, a longitudinal study should be used (cross-sectional; longitudinal).
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