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2. When results on a linear scale have equal divisions. The scale has no real zero

  • interval data
  • abstract data
  • ratio data
  • statistical data

3. When results are named in categories. The iems do not lie on a linear scale but fall into discrete categories (e.g. yes or no)

  • ratio data
  • nominal data
  • interval data
  • ordinal data

4. A selection of participants according to whatever is available at the time

  • Systematic sampling
  • Opportunity sampling
  • Random sampling
  • Volunteer sampling

5. Refers to the consistency of a test/study (how dependable it is) also if it's repeated and similar results are obstained

  • Ecological validity
  • Reliability
  • Concurrent Validity
  • Validity

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