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151) True or False: When dealing with human surveys, we : 1403427

151) True or False: When dealing with human surveys, we are usually interested in sampling with replacement.

152) True or False: The only reliable way a researcher can make statistical inferences from a sample to a population is to use nonprobability sampling methods.

153) True or False: A sample is always a good representation of the target population.

154) True or False: There can be only one sample selected from a population.

155) True or False: Using different frames to generate data can lead to totally different conclusions.

156) True or False: Sampling error can be completely eliminated by taking larger sample sizes.

157) True or False: Sampling error can be reduced by taking larger sample sizes.

158) True or False: A convenience sample is a type of probability sample.

159) True or False: Items or individuals in a judgment sample are chosen according to their probability of occurrence.

160) True or False: When participants are allowed to self-select into the sample, you have a nonprobability sample.