If parents give permission for their children to participate in research, the children do not have to assent to participation. a. True b False
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User: If parents give permission for their children to participate in research, the children do not have to assent to participation. a. True b False

Weegy: b False

User: In order to reach correct conclusions in research, you should strive to ____________ error and ____________ validity. a. Increase, decrease b. Decrease, increase c. Increase, increase d. Decrease, decrease

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In order to reach correct conclusions in research, you should strive to decrease error and increase validity.

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