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Measures of reliability: 1. Help researchers interpret qualitative questions 2. Indicate whether responses to multiple questions are consistent 3. Provide a test of causal hypotheses 4. Determine whether measures will produce consistent scores on multiple occasions
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User: Measures of reliability: 1. Help researchers interpret qualitative questions 2. Indicate whether responses to multiple questions are consistent 3. Provide a test of causal hypotheses 4. Determine whether measures will produce consistent scores on multiple occasions

Weegy: Hi Your ans is c. Determine whether measures will produce consistent scores on multiple occasions Explanation: In statistics, reliability is the consistency of a measure. [ A measure is said to have a high reliability if it produces consistent results under consistent conditions. For example, measurements of people?s height and weight are often extremely reliable. ]
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User: Which of the following is not a requirement of a true experiment? a. Random assignment b. Experimental group c. Assessment of change in the dependent variable d. Deception

Weegy: Experimental methods involve the researcher altering a variable in the ... A valid experiment is controlled and uses random assignment. ... [ 1864-9335. ^ a b c d e f g ... ]


User: Which of the following is not a requirement of a true experiment? a. Random assignment b. Experimental group c. Assessment of change in the dependent variable d. Deception

Weegy: Experimental methods involve the researcher altering a variable in the ... A valid experiment is controlled and uses random assignment. ... [ 1864-9335. ^ a b c d e f g ... ]


User: Research seeks to __________, evaluation seeks to ___________ (a program). a. Specify, generalize b. assess, appraise c. prove, improve d. investigate, modify

Weegy: c. prove, improve. Research seeks to prove, Evaluation seeks to improve.
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