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2. Woudl you record the following dat5a as qualitiative and quantitative? An observational study is conducted into levels of psychical agression seen in 3 year old boys and grls in nursery school

  • You would use both by recording the number of girls and boys showing high and low aggression levels and making notes on what you observe.
  • You would use quanative as it would provide more scientific results.
  • Qualitative as you would want details about just how aggressive the children have been.
  • quanative as you could easily record boys and girls different levels of aggression in a tally chart for example.

3. There are three types of hypothesis. What type is the following: Girls will have a higher iq level than boys

  • This is a one tailed or directional hypothesis,
  • This is a experimental hypothesis
  • This is a two-tailed or non-directional hypothesis
  • This is a null hypothesis

4. What is a strentgh of qualitative date and a weakness of quantative data>

  • Qualitative data is easier to replicate than quanative data.
  • Qualitative data can be broken down into quanatative data.
  • qualitative data provides less in depth reasons behind behaviopur rather than just providing the statistsics of the behavhiour.
  • Quanatative date can be broken down into qualitative data

5. There are two types of confounding variables: participant and situational. What type is the following: Tiredness?

  • Tiredness is a participant variable as it is something that all participants show.
  • Tiredness is a participant variable, as it is something to do with the individual taking part.
  • Tiredness is a situational variable is it is affected by the enviroment around you.
  • Tiredness is neither of these as it is not a confouding variable as it is not kept the same.


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