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Ch 18: Understanding Measurements in Research

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Make learning fun with these video lessons on measurements in research that include indirect measurement and research measurement scales, among other topics. The short lessons and quizzes in this chapter can simplify homework or test prep.

Understanding Measurements in Research - Chapter Summary

You can use the lessons in this chapter to learn about measurements in research. Our instructors review various types of measurements, such as direct, indirect, and constructs. This chapter can also cement your knowledge of different vocabulary words associated with measurements in research. After reviewing the lessons, you could be ready to:

  • Distinguish between qualitative and quantitative measurement
  • Explain why measurement in the research process is important
  • Provide an overview of direct and indirect measurements
  • Recall scales often used for research measurement

The lessons in this chapter are a convenient and engaging way to learn about measurements in research. If you get stuck on a topic, you have access to experts that can answer your questions. There are many other helpful features, such as the ability to take a self-assessment quiz for each lesson to ensure you understand the topics covered.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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