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11. Researchers have found that, when randomly sampled over time,

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11. Researchers have found that, when randomly sampled over time, 28% of middle and high school students had thoughts of suicide. This long-term study is an example of a

a. panel study.

b. cohort study.

c. cohort-sequential study.

d. trend study

12. If you sampled residents of a neighborhood randomly over a period of years to assess their level of satisfaction in life, you would be conducting a

a. trend study.

b. cohort study.

c. cohort-sequential study.

d. panel study.

13. Studies that last over a period of years in which the population is randomly sampled but it is unlikely that a given individual appears in more than one sample are called

a. panel studies.

b. cohort studies.

c. cohort-sequential studies.

d. trend studies.

14. The survey study of a group of nurses that began in 1976 re-surveyed them every two years makes use of what kind of design?

a. trend study.

b. cohort study.

c. cohort-sequential study.

d. panel study.

15. The study of a specific, well-defined population over time involves a

a. trend study.

b. cohort study.

c. cohort-sequential study.

d. panel study.

16. If a researcher sampled a group of people of a given age, then tested them again five years later, adding a new group of people as old as the original sample at first testing, the researcher would be using a

a. trend study.

b. cohort study.

c. cohort-sequential study.

d. panel study.

17. The advantage of a cohort-sequential design is that it

a. ignores the effects of changes due to age.

b. requires significantly fewer participants.

c. identifies factors that are common among participants.

d. allows the researcher to separate the cohort effects from age effects.

18. Bray et al. (2001) studied alcohol use among sixth graders in the first year of their research, sixth and seventh graders in the second year, and six, seventh, and eighth grades in the third year. The design permitted separating age and cohort effects and the study is called a

a. trend study.

b. cohort study.

c. cohort-sequential study.

d. panel study.

19. Lewis Terman’s study of gifted children as they went through adulthood over decades involved a a. trend study.

b. cohort study.

c. cohort-sequential study.

d. panel study.

20. Studies that investigate the same people over time are called

a. panel studies.

b. cohort studies.

c. cohort-sequential studies.

d. trend studies.

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