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Experiments are designed to determine the presence or absence of causal relationships: whether a particular independent variable causes (influences, impacts, ...

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Major components of classical experiment ... In experimental design subjects are measured in terms of a ...

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Answer to Describe the key elements of the classical experimental design....

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Because the validity of a experiment is directly affected by its construction and execution, attention to experimental design is extremely important.

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This is also called the classic controlled experimental design, and the ... Subjects in the two groups are matched on a list of characteristics that might affect the ...

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The goal of experimental research is to explain effects and determine a causal relation between two variables. Experimental researchers attempt to answer a ...

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True experimental design is regarded as the most accurate form of experimental research - it can prove or disapprove a hypothesis.

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Experimental designs are often touted as the most "rigorous" of all research designs or, as the "gold standard" against which all other designs are judged. In one ...

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Experimental Research - An attempt by the researcher to maintain control over all factors ... Construct an experimental design that represents all the elements, ...