GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) Psychology Research Methods and Statistics-Nature of Quantitative & Qualitative Research Study Material (Page 6 of 8)

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Experimental Methods: Importance of Experimentation


Importance of Experimentation

Experimentation is important because of the following reasons

  • Brings out cause and effect relationship
  • Is accurate and precise
  • Is the best way to test a hypothesis
  • Is more scientific when compared to other methods
  • Is more likely to be valid reliable
  • Is univers…

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Focused Group Discussions: Purpose of FGD


Focused Group discussion is an effective methodology for gauging community՚s perceptions. In a focus group discussions people from similar backgrounds or experiences (e. g. , mothers, young married men) are brought together to discuss a specific topic of interest to the investigators. Homogeneous samples are preferred because mixing age or gender groups may inhibit some people, especially women, from expressing their views. Th…

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