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• What might be the benefits of using the survey method?
- Relatively easy to administer - Can be developed in less time (compared to other data-collection methods) - Cost-effective, but cost depends on survey mode - Can be administered remotely via online, mobile devices, mail, email, kiosk, [ or telephone. - Conducted remotely can reduce or prevent geographical dependence - Capable of collecting data from a large number of respondents - Numerous
questions can be asked about a subject, giving extensive flexibility in data analysis - With survey software, advanced statistical techniques can be utilized to analyze survey data to determine validity, reliability, and statistical significance, including the ability to analyze multiple variables - A broad range of data can be collected (e.g., attitudes, opinions, beliefs, values, behavior, factual). - Standardized surveys are relatively free from several types of errors. ]
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Weegy: The major difference between the correlation method and the experimental method is the following: Correlation is how much one variable is an effector on another variable. [ Take the correlation number's absolute value, the closer it is to 1 the stronger the correlation (the more one variable is affecting another), the closer it is to 0 the weaker the correlation (0 means there is no correlation between the two variables). Positive correlation means a change in one variable has a similar affect on the other variable (an increase in calories causes an increase in weight gain). Negative correlation means a change in one variable has an opposing affect on the other variable (an increase in exercise causes a decrease in weight). Experimental methods can be naturalistic or structured. They are as they sound- naturalistic methods are experiments done in the natural setting of the person, be it home, school, etc- structured are set up in order to create a certain situation and a certain outcome. See the page below for more information: ] (More)
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