OpenStudy (jskinny0831):

who knows how to do this?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (jskinny0831):

1 year ago
OpenStudy (will.h):

Part A: Step 1: State the research hypothesis Step 2: Operationalize the variables Step 3: Develop a standardized procedure Step 4: Identify the population, select the participants and assign them to conditions Step 5: Apply statistical techniques to the data Step 6: Draw conclusions from the data

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OpenStudy (will.h):

Part B: (Not too sure about it) experiments have four elements: manipulation , control , random assignment , and random selection The most important of these elements are manipulation.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (will.h):

Part C: Causation can be proved by doing experiments and showing that the main factor of the experiments is some sort of subject (which is the causation) And remember correlation doesn't imply causation.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (will.h):

Part D: Childhood obesity is tied to the amount of sugary drinks injested daily You can explain more about that in your own words :). i hope that helps.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (jskinny0831):

thank you!!! @Will.H

1 year ago
OpenStudy (will.h):

you welcome :) you can tag me if you have any other questions.

1 year ago
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