Quantitative Research Methods Overview

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What is the main objective of experimental design in quantitative research?

To establish cause-and-effect relationships.

What does correlational research examine?

Relationships between variables without manipulating them.

What is the primary purpose of survey research in quantitative methods?

To collect data on attitudes, opinions, behaviors, and demographics.

What type of data does quantitative research methods involve the systematic collection and analysis of?

Numerical data.

What does the term 'correlation does not imply causation' mean in the context of quantitative research?

It means that a statistical relationship does not necessarily indicate a cause-and-effect relationship.

In quantitative research, which research design involves manipulating independent variables to observe their effect on a dependent variable?

Experimental Design

What is the primary focus of correlational research in quantitative methods?

Examining relationships between variables

Which method of data collection is efficient for gathering data on attitudes, opinions, behaviors, and demographics in quantitative research?

Survey Design

What does the term 'correlation does not imply causation' mean in the context of quantitative research?

Correlation suggests a statistical relationship

Which type of research design in quantitative methods assesses the strength and direction of the association between variables without manipulating them?

Correlational Design

Explore the fundamental aspects of quantitative research methods, including the systematic collection and analysis of numerical data, research designs, and their applicability in addressing objective research questions.

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