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Student 1. Cry Ha
Rutherford, B. R., Bailey, V. S., Schneier, F. R., Pott, E., Brown, P. J., & Roose, S. P. (2015). INFLUENCE OF STUDY DESIGN ON TREATMENT RESPONSE IN ANXIETY DISORDER CLINICAL TRIALS. Depression and anxiety, 32(12), 944–957. https://doi.org/10.1002/da.22433
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For patients 70 years and older, how effective is the use of the influenza vaccine at preventing flu as compared to patients who have not received the vaccine?
Research design: This would be a quantitative study.
Independent variable: Administration of the flu vaccine.
Dependent variable: Subjects who contracted the flu.
Strengths of design: Control over the independent variable as the researcher controls who receives the flu vaccine.
Weaknesses of design: There are multiple strands of influenza virus, not all covered by the standard flu vaccine.
Rationale for the design selected: This is a quantitative study because all three essential elements (presuming subject selection was randomized) are met with this study: Researcher-controlled manipulation of the independent variable; presence of a distinct control group; random assignment of subjects to either the experimental or control groups (Grey, Grove, & Sutherland, 2017). Additionally, numerical data will be collected and analyzed with this study.
What is the difference in attitudes of male and female college students towards condoms?
Research design: This would be a qualitative study.
Independent variable: Not applicable in qualitative research.
Dependent variable: Not applicable in qualitative research.
Strengths of design: Data can be collected utilizing a survey or questionnaire, allowing for additional and sometimes unexpected data to be collected (Grey et al., 2017).
Weaknesses of design: Data collection of personal opinions and personal experiences regarding sensitive topics may cause some individuals to be dishonest in their answers for fear of being judged or looked down upon by the interviewer.
Rationale for the design selected: This is a qualitative study because participants are being interviewed or surveyed about their personal feelings about a topic and there is no numerical data to collect. Multiple perspectives about a phenomenon of interest, from subjects whom have personally experienced the phenomenon, are essential to qualitative research (Wu, Thompson, Aroian, McQuaid, & Deatrick, 2016).
Grey, J. R., Grove, S. K., & Sutherland, S. (2017). Burns and Grove’s the practice of nursing research: Appraisal, synthesis, and generation of evidence (8th ed.) St. Louis, MO: Elsevier
Wu, Y. P., Thompson, D., Aroian, K. J., McQuaid, E. L., & Deatrick, J. A. (2016). Commentray: Writing and evaluating qualitative research reports. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 41, 493-505.
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