Question 2 options:

quota sampling

cluster sampling

systematic sampling

purposive sampling

EX: College professors using college students

In quota sampling participants are selected non-randomly (through convenience or purposive sampling).

EX: online polling – can have bad external validity.

ex: parents asked ‘ was your child an early reader? ‘ a higher than reality percentage showed because parents who did have early readers were eager to answer this polling question. not representative.

A more realistic ex would be people who rate items or amazon, or books on goodreads

Question 3 options:

a sample that can be collected as quickly as possible

a sample where each member of the population has an equal chance of being selected

a sample that includes the majority of the population

the largest sample possible

In research, is a bigger sample always a better sample? not necessarily.

A sample of 1,000 people, as long as it is random, allows them to generalize to the population quite accurately.

Question 4 options:

snowball sampling

convenience sampling

self-selected sampling

systematic sampling

Nonrepresentative

Question 5 options:

random sampling

random assignment

a large sample size

using measures that are valid and reliable

-Convenience Sampling

-Cluster Sampling

-Stratified Random Sampling

-Simple Random Sampling

Question 2 options:

quota sampling

cluster sampling

systematic sampling

purposive sampling

EX: College professors using college students

In quota sampling participants are selected non-randomly (through convenience or purposive sampling).

EX: online polling – can have bad external validity.

ex: parents asked ‘ was your child an early reader? ‘ a higher than reality percentage showed because parents who did have early readers were eager to answer this polling question. not representative.

A more realistic ex would be people who rate items or amazon, or books on goodreads

Question 3 options:

a sample that can be collected as quickly as possible

a sample where each member of the population has an equal chance of being selected

a sample that includes the majority of the population

the largest sample possible

In research, is a bigger sample always a better sample? not necessarily.

A sample of 1,000 people, as long as it is random, allows them to generalize to the population quite accurately.

Question 4 options:

snowball sampling

convenience sampling

self-selected sampling

systematic sampling

Nonrepresentative

Question 5 options:

random sampling

random assignment

a large sample size

using measures that are valid and reliable

Question 2 options:

quota sampling

cluster sampling

systematic sampling

purposive sampling

EX: College professors using college students

In quota sampling participants are selected non-randomly (through convenience or purposive sampling).

EX: online polling – can have bad external validity.

ex: parents asked ‘ was your child an early reader? ‘ a higher than reality percentage showed because parents who did have early readers were eager to answer this polling question. not representative.

A more realistic ex would be people who rate items or amazon, or books on goodreads

Question 3 options:

a sample that can be collected as quickly as possible

a sample where each member of the population has an equal chance of being selected

a sample that includes the majority of the population

the largest sample possible

In research, is a bigger sample always a better sample? not necessarily.

A sample of 1,000 people, as long as it is random, allows them to generalize to the population quite accurately.

Question 4 options:

snowball sampling

convenience sampling

self-selected sampling

systematic sampling

Nonrepresentative

Question 5 options:

random sampling

random assignment

a large sample size

using measures that are valid and reliable

-Convenience Sampling

-Cluster Sampling

-Stratified Random Sampling

-Simple Random Sampling