According to the topic do "experimental or "causal-comparative" studies have more potential pitfalls when one is trying to identify cause and effect relationships?
Researchers look to the past for a cause in which type of study?
Is causal-comparative research a type of experiment?
Are treatments given by researcher in causal- comparative studies?
Random Assignments to treatment is used in which type of study?
How is the term demographics defined in this topic
Social, background, characteristics
A researcher compared the health of low income adolescets who had recieved free lunches during their elementary school years with the health of a comparable of low-income adolescents who had not received free lunches. The purpose was to determine the effects of free lunches on health. Did the researcher conduct an "experimental" or a "causal- comparative" study
A researcher divided patients with diabetes who were being released from the hospital into two groups. upon their release, the researcher provided brief counseling for individuals with diabetes to one group. while providing the oher group with extended counseling. The purpose was to dtermine the efffects of the two types of counseling on patients' compliance with physicians' directions during the first month after hospitalization. Did the reseacher conduct an "experimental or a "causal-Compative study
what is another name for the term causal comparative study
Ex post facto study
If you wanted to investigate the causes of child abuse, would you use the experimental or the causal comparitve method