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NSG3029 WEEK 1 QUIZ, NSG3029 WEEK 2 QUIZ, NSG3029 WEEK 3 QUIZ, NSG3029 WEEK 4 QUIZ, NSG3029 WEEK 5 QUIZ, NSG3029 WEEK 6 QUIZ, NSG3029 WEEK 7 QUIZ, NSG3029 WEEK 8 QUIZ (KNOWLEDGE CHECK QUIZ) (LATEST): SOUTH UNIVERSITY NSG 3029 WEEK 1 QUIZ, NSG 3029 WEEK 2 QUIZ, NSG 3029 WEEK 3 QUIZ, NSG 3029 WEEK 4 QUIZ, NSG 3029 WEEK 5 QUIZ, NSG 3029 WEEK 6 QUIZ, NSG 3029 WEEK 7 QUIZ, NSG 3029 WEEK 8 QUIZ (KNOWLEDGE CHECK QUIZ) (LATEST): SOUTH UNIVERSITY NSG3029 WEEK 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 KNOWLEDGE CHECK QUIZ (LATEST): SOUTH UNIVERSITY NSG 3029 WEEK 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 KNOWLEDGE CHECK QUIZ (LATEST): SOUTH UNIVERSITY NSG3029 Week 1 Knowledge Check Quiz / NSG 3029 Week 1 Knowledge Check Quiz (Latest): Foundation of Nursing Research: South University Which design is not used in a quantitative research study? Participant observation Design types Descriptive (e.g., case-study, naturalistic observation, survey) Correlational (e.g., case-control study, observational study) Semi-experimental (e.g., field experiment, quasi-experiment) Experimental (experiment with random assignment) Review (literature review, systematic review) meta-analytic sub-types descriptive-longitudinal case study research problem, hypotheses, independent and dependent variables, experimental design, Which design is not used in a qualitative study? Involves interview, observation, and/or archival (content) data. It is used to quantify attitudes, opinions, behaviors, and other defined variables – and generalize results from a larger sample population. Quantitative Research uses measurable data to formulate facts and uncover patterns in research. Quantitative data collection methods are much more structured than Qualitative data collection methods. Quantitative data collection methods include various forms of surveys – online surveys, paper surveys, mobile surveys and kiosk surveys, face-to-face interviews, telephone interviews, longitudinal studies, website interceptors, online polls, and systematic observations. Question 2 options: Anthropological Historical Ethnography Descriptive Question 3 Unsaved What classifications of research are used in time dimension? Question 3 options: Retrospective Prospective Cross-sectional All of the above Question 4 Unsaved What year was the Nuremberg Code developed? Question 4 options: 1932 1947 1950 1970 NSG3029 Week 2 Knowledge Check Quiz / NSG 3029 Week 2 Knowledge Check Quiz (Latest): Foundation of Nursing Research: South University Question 1 A research hypothesis Question 1 options: Predicts the expected results or outcomes of the study Defines the theoretical framework for the study Identifies the sources of the problem under study Clarifies the concepts used in the study The statement “This study explores the experience of caregiving by adult daughters of parents with Alzheimer’s disease.” Question 2 options: Objective Question Simple hypothesis Complex hypothesis A research question focuses on Question 3 options: The characteristics of a variable Which variables are to be manipulated What relationships might exist among variables The framework for conducting the investigation Question 4 options: NSG3029 Week 3 Knowledge Check Quiz / NSG 3029 Week 3 Knowledge Check Quiz (Latest): Foundation of Nursing Research: South University Question 1 (1 point) A variable that is also referred to as a criterion variable Question 1 options: Independent variable Dependent variable Extraneous variable Question 2 (1 point) A variable that is also referred to as a predictor variable Question 2 options: Independent variable Dependent variable Extraneous variable Demographic variable Question 3 (1 point) Many nursing researchers use a nonprobability sampling type, which one is not a nonprobability sampling type Question 3 options: Convenience Snowball Network Systematic Question 4 (1 point) Which type of sample is referred to as a theoretical sampling Question 4 options: Simple random Stratified random Purposive Proportional Another examen: Select the key elements of informed consent: Question 1 options: educational background of the investigators benefits/risks of participation statement of voluntary participation/withdrawal non-diclosure statement What is the term used to describe the situation when participant identity is unknown? Question 2 options: Confidentiality Anonymity Privacy A and B What is the major responsibility of an institutional review board? Question 4 options: Reviewing that participants are willing subjects Reviewing that participants benefit from the study Reviewing research proposals to ensure Federal guidelines are followed Reviewing the research design NSG3029 Week 4 Knowledge Check Quiz / NSG 3029 Week 4 Knowledge Check Quiz (Latest): Foundation of Nursing Research: South University 5 out 5 correct The overall purpose of a theory is to: Question 1 options: Explain relationships that exist among variables as well as the nature of those relationships Make scientific findings meaningful and generalizable Stimulate the generation of hypotheses that can be empirically tested Summarize accumulated facts Save Next Page Page 1 of 5 Question 2 (1 point) The building blocks for theory are: Question 2 options: Propositions Relationships Hypotheses Concepts Save Next Page Question 3 (1 point) The major similarity between theories and conceptual models is that both: Question 3 options: Use concepts as their building blocks Use the deductive reasoning process almost exclusively Contain a set of logically interrelated propositions Provide a mechanism for developing new propositions from the original propositions Save Next Page Question 4 (1 point) The Health Promotion Model would best be described as a: Question 4 options: Descriptive theory Borrowed theory Grounded theory Middle-range theory Save Next Page Page 4 of 5 Question 5 (1 point) Which of the following 3 answers are central concepts in conceptual models of nursing? Question 5 options: Person Social Support Health Environment NSG3029 Week 5 Knowledge Check Quiz / NSG 3029 Week 5 Knowledge Check Quiz (Latest): Foundation of Nursing Research: South University Question 1 (1 point) Which of the following is not a purpose of a research literature review for a consumer? Question 1 options: To identify nursing interventions that have potential for use in evidence-based practice To identify a suitable research design To acquire knowledge about a specific topic To facilitate the development of research-based protocols Save Next Page Question 2 (1 point) The electronic database most likely to be useful to nurse researchers is Question 2 options: CINAHL CancerLit Health MEDLINE Save Next Page Question 3 (1 point) The type of information in which the researcher is least interested when doing a literature review is: Question 3 options: How the variables of interest have been operationally defined in prior studies Narrations of a particular author's impression of a given situation Research results What research approaches have been used to study similar problems Question 4 (1 point) A primary source for a literature review may be defined as: Question 4 options: A description of an investigation written by the researcher who conducted the study A summarization of relevant research that has been conducted on the topic of interest WRONG A thesaurus that directs the reader to subject headings germane to the topic Any retrieval mechanism that helps to locate articles on the area of interest Question 5 (1 point) Studies that integrate results of earlier research through statistical methods are known as: Question 5 options: Meta-synthesis Mapping study Primary study Meta-analysis Save Next Page NSG3029 Week 6 Knowledge Check Quiz / NSG 3029 Week 6 Knowledge Check Quiz (Latest): Foundation of Nursing Research: South University Question 1 (1 point) 5 out of 5 correct Sampling may be defined as the: Question 1 options: Identification of the set of elements used for selecting study participants Process of selecting a subset of the population to represent the entire population Aggregation of study participants who meet a designated set of criteria for inclusion in the study Technique used to ensure that every element in the population has an equal chance of being included in the study Save Next Page Page 1 of 5 Question 2 (1 point) Bias in a sample for a quantitative study refers to: Question 2 options: Lack of heterogeneity in the population on the attribute of interest Sample selection in nonprobability-type sampling The margin of error in the data obtained from samples Systematic over- or underrepresentation on the attribute of interest vis-a-vis the population Save Next Page Question 3 (1 point) Of the following types of sample, which one is considered to be the weakest for quantitative studies? Question 3 options: Convenience Quota Purposive Systematic Save Next Page Question 4 (1 point) The type of nonprobability design that is most likely to yield a representative sample is: Question 4 options: Convenience sampling Purposive sampling Quota sampling Network sampling Save Next Page Question 5 (1 point) Theoretical sampling is primarily concerned with adequate representation of: Question 5 options: Sampling units Themes The target population The accessible population Save Next Page NSG3029 Week 7 Knowledge Check Quiz / NSG 3029 Week 7 Knowledge Check Quiz (Latest): Foundation of Nursing Research: South University Question 1 (1 point) Got 5 out of 5 correct Which of the following data collection approaches does not belong with the others? Question 1 options: Questionnaire Focused interview Life history Focus group interview Question 2 (1 point) A major purpose of a pretest of an instrument is to: Question 2 options: Detect inadequacies in an interview schedule or questionnaire Obtain some preliminary results on the research problem Assess the adequacy of the research design Evaluate whether an unstructured approach would be more suitable Save Next Page Question 3 (1 point) Questionnaires have the advantage of: Question 3 options: Offering the possibility of anonymity Having high response rates Eliminating response set biases Being suitable for all types of respondents Save Next Page Question 4 (1 point) On a five-point Likert scale, a person who neither agreed nor disagreed with the statement would be scored as: Question 4 options: 0 1 3 5 Save Next Page Question 5 (1 point) The technique that is least susceptible to response-set bias is: Question 5 options: Interviews Q-sorts Questionnaires Projective measures Save Next Page NSG3029 Week 8 Knowledge Check Quiz / NSG 3029 Week 8 Knowledge Check Quiz (Latest): Foundation of Nursing Research: South University Question 1 (1 point) 5 out of 5 correct The standard deviation of a sampling distribution is called a: Question 1 options: . Sampling error . Standard error Variance Parameter Question 2 (1 point) A statistical procedure that is used to determine whether a significant difference exists between any number of group means on a dependent variable measured on an interval scale is the: Question 2 options: t-test ANOVA Pearson's Chi-squared test Save Next Page Question 3 (1 point) For which of the following levels of significance is the risk of making a Type II error greatest? Question 3 options: 10 .05 01 001 Question 4 (1 point) Which level of measurement permits the researcher to add, subtract, multiply, and divide? Question 4 options: Nominal . Ordinal Interval Ratio Question 5 (1 point) The measure of central tendency that is most stable is the: Question 5 options: Mode . Median WRONG Mean They are all equivalent

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