**Module 5 – Quiz ****(1 ^{st} Attempt)**

**Question 1**

Construct validity ensures that the measure includes an adequate and representative set of items.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 2**

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 3**

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 4**

Simple random sampling is a method associated with a high degree of generalizability.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 5**

Cronbach's alpha can only be used when a variable is measured through several statements or questions.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 6**

If a sample is subdivided into subsamples, a minimal sample size of 30 is necessary for every subsample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 7**

With face validity, the validity is not tested statistically.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 8**

With systematic sampling one divides the population into subgroups and chooses the test subject randomly from a number of randomly chosen subgroups.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 9**

From statistical considerations the preference is given to probability sampling over non-probability sampling.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 10**

The difference between an ordinal and ratio scale is that the ordinal scale has an absolute zero point.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 11**

Robert stands three times on a pair of scales in a period of 5 minutes. The first time he weighs 92 kg, the second time he weighs 102 kg and the third time he weighs 95 kg. What conclusion can we draw based on this information on the pair of scales?

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable.

The pair of scales is not valid.

Correct Answer

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

**Question 12**

A disadvantage of cluster sampling is that it:

Correct!

Is the least efficient form of probability sampling.

Requires homogeneous subgroups.

Takes a lot of time to collect data.

Is not easy to execute.

**Question 13**

Julia stands on a pair of scales three times in succession. The first time she weighs 69 kilo, the second time 69 kilo, and the third time 69 kilo. Her real weight is 51 kilo. What is the matter with the scales?

Correct!

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

The pair of scales is reliable but is not valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable but is valid.

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

**Question 14**

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Question 15**

Which of the following sampling designs is a form of non-probability sampling?

Systematic sampling.

Area sampling.

Correct!

Quota sampling.

Cluster sampling.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(2 ^{nd} Attempt)**

**Question 1**

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 2**

The difference between an ordinal and ratio scale is that the ordinal scale has an absolute zero point.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 3**

The assessment of the goodness of a scale relates to both the validity and reliability of this scale.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 4**

From statistical considerations the preference is given to probability sampling over non-probability sampling.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 5**

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 6**

A characteristic of a variable on interval level is that it has an absolute zero point.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 7**

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 8**

With systematic sampling one divides the population into subgroups and chooses the test subject randomly from a number of randomly chosen subgroups.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 9**

Probability sampling is seen as less representative for the population than non-probability sampling.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 10**

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 11**

If all elements in the population are seen as equal and every element has an equal chance of being chosen, we speak of:

Correct!

Simple random sampling.

Systematic sampling.

Stratified random sampling.

Cluster sampling.

**Question 12**

What is the type of scale of the variable ‘age’ if it is measured in the following way? “What is your age? ____ years old.”

Nominal.

Ordinal.

Interval.

Correct!

Ratio

**Question 13**

The following scale type is:

“Cold|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___| Hot”

A likert-scale.

Correct!

A semantic differential scale.

A numerical scale.

An itemized rating scale.

**Question 14**

A researcher wants to investigate the relationships between the use of drugs and study results of university students. He would like to generalize the results to the population. Which kind of sample could the researcher best use?

Stratified sampling

Judgment sampling

Correct!

Simple random sampling

Quota sampling

**Question 15**

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(3 ^{rd} Attempt)**

**Question 1**

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 2**

With systematic sampling one divides the population into subgroups and chooses the test subject randomly from a number of randomly chosen subgroups.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 3**

If a sample is subdivided into subsamples, a minimal sample size of 10 is necessary for every subsample.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 4**

If a sample is subdivided into subsamples, a minimal sample size of 30 is necessary for every subsample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 5**

The assessment of the goodness of a scale relates to both the validity and reliability of this scale.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 6**

In probability sampling all elements of a population have a known and nonzero chance of being included in the sample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 7**

From statistical considerations the preference is given to probability sampling over non-probability sampling.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 8**

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 9**

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 10**

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 11**

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Question 12**

“Indicate the order in which you prefer the following cola-labels. Give your favorite label a 1, the label that you prefer next a 2, and so on: Coca Cola / Pepsi / Dr Pepper”

This is an example of:

A rating scale.

An itemized rating scale.

Correct!

A ranking scale.

None of the above answers is correct.

**Question 13**

A researcher who investigates the relationship between the bonus program of AH (a supermarket chain) and the loyalty at AH, collects his data by approaching people passing an AH branch store on several daily periods.

The method used by this researcher to draw a sample is called:

Correct!

Convenience sampling.

Simple random sampling.

Stratified sampling.

Quota sampling.

**Question 14**

What is the least reliable and least efficient probability sampling technique?

Systematic sampling.

Proportionate stratified sampling.

Disproportionate stratified sampling.

Correct!

Cluster sampling.

**Question 15**

When a researcher is concerned about the extent to which an instrument adequately measures a concept, he is concerned about:

Concurrent validity.

Construct validity.

Correct!

Content validity.

Convergent validity.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(1 ^{st} Attempt)**

**Question 1**

Construct validity ensures that the measure includes an adequate and representative set of items.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 2**

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 3**

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 4**

Simple random sampling is a method associated with a high degree of generalizability.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 5**

Cronbach's alpha can only be used when a variable is measured through several statements or questions.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 6**

If a sample is subdivided into subsamples, a minimal sample size of 30 is necessary for every subsample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 7**

With face validity, the validity is not tested statistically.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 8**

True

Correct!

False

**Question 9**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 10**

The difference between an ordinal and ratio scale is that the ordinal scale has an absolute zero point.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 11**

Robert stands three times on a pair of scales in a period of 5 minutes. The first time he weighs 92 kg, the second time he weighs 102 kg and the third time he weighs 95 kg. What conclusion can we draw based on this information on the pair of scales?

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable.

The pair of scales is not valid.

Correct Answer

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

**Question 12**

A disadvantage of cluster sampling is that it:

Correct!

Is the least efficient form of probability sampling.

Requires homogeneous subgroups.

Takes a lot of time to collect data.

Is not easy to execute.

**Question 13**

Julia stands on a pair of scales three times in succession. The first time she weighs 69 kilo, the second time 69 kilo, and the third time 69 kilo. Her real weight is 51 kilo. What is the matter with the scales?

Correct!

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

The pair of scales is reliable but is not valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable but is valid.

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

**Question 14**

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Question 15**

Which of the following sampling designs is a form of non-probability sampling?

Systematic sampling.

Area sampling.

Correct!

Quota sampling.

Cluster sampling.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(2 ^{nd} Attempt)**

**Question 1**

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 2**

True

Correct!

False

**Question 3**

The assessment of the goodness of a scale relates to both the validity and reliability of this scale.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 4**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 5**

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 6**

A characteristic of a variable on interval level is that it has an absolute zero point.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 7**

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 8**

True

Correct!

False

**Question 9**

Probability sampling is seen as less representative for the population than non-probability sampling.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 10**

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 11**

If all elements in the population are seen as equal and every element has an equal chance of being chosen, we speak of:

Correct!

Simple random sampling.

Systematic sampling.

Stratified random sampling.

Cluster sampling.

**Question 12**

What is the type of scale of the variable ‘age’ if it is measured in the following way? “What is your age? ____ years old.”

Nominal.

Ordinal.

Interval.

Correct!

Ratio

**Question 13**

The following scale type is:

“Cold|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___| Hot”

A likert-scale.

Correct!

A semantic differential scale.

A numerical scale.

An itemized rating scale.

**Question 14**

A researcher wants to investigate the relationships between the use of drugs and study results of university students. He would like to generalize the results to the population. Which kind of sample could the researcher best use?

Stratified sampling

Judgment sampling

Correct!

Simple random sampling

Quota sampling

**Question 15**

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(3 ^{rd} Attempt)**

**Question 1**

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 2**

True

Correct!

False

**Question 3**

If a sample is subdivided into subsamples, a minimal sample size of 10 is necessary for every subsample.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 4**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 5**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 6**

In probability sampling all elements of a population have a known and nonzero chance of being included in the sample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 7**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 8**

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 9**

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 10**

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 11**

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Question 12**

“Indicate the order in which you prefer the following cola-labels. Give your favorite label a 1, the label that you prefer next a 2, and so on: Coca Cola / Pepsi / Dr Pepper”

This is an example of:

A rating scale.

An itemized rating scale.

Correct!

A ranking scale.

None of the above answers is correct.

**Question 13**

A researcher who investigates the relationship between the bonus program of AH (a supermarket chain) and the loyalty at AH, collects his data by approaching people passing an AH branch store on several daily periods.

The method used by this researcher to draw a sample is called:

Correct!

Convenience sampling.

Simple random sampling.

Stratified sampling.

Quota sampling.

**Question 14**

What is the least reliable and least efficient probability sampling technique?

Systematic sampling.

Proportionate stratified sampling.

Disproportionate stratified sampling.

Correct!

Cluster sampling.

**Question 15**

When a researcher is concerned about the extent to which an instrument adequately measures a concept, he is concerned about:

Concurrent validity.

Construct validity.

Correct!

Content validity.

Convergent validity.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(1 ^{st} Attempt)**

**Question 1**

Construct validity ensures that the measure includes an adequate and representative set of items.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 2**

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 3**

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 4**

Simple random sampling is a method associated with a high degree of generalizability.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 5**

Cronbach's alpha can only be used when a variable is measured through several statements or questions.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 6**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 7**

With face validity, the validity is not tested statistically.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 8**

True

Correct!

False

**Question 9**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 10**

True

Correct!

False

**Question 11**

Robert stands three times on a pair of scales in a period of 5 minutes. The first time he weighs 92 kg, the second time he weighs 102 kg and the third time he weighs 95 kg. What conclusion can we draw based on this information on the pair of scales?

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable.

The pair of scales is not valid.

Correct Answer

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

**Question 12**

A disadvantage of cluster sampling is that it:

Correct!

Is the least efficient form of probability sampling.

Requires homogeneous subgroups.

Takes a lot of time to collect data.

Is not easy to execute.

**Question 13**

Julia stands on a pair of scales three times in succession. The first time she weighs 69 kilo, the second time 69 kilo, and the third time 69 kilo. Her real weight is 51 kilo. What is the matter with the scales?

Correct!

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

The pair of scales is reliable but is not valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable but is valid.

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

**Question 14**

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Question 15**

Which of the following sampling designs is a form of non-probability sampling?

Systematic sampling.

Area sampling.

Correct!

Quota sampling.

Cluster sampling.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(2 ^{nd} Attempt)**

**Question 1**

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 2**

True

Correct!

False

**Question 3**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 4**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 5**

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 6**

A characteristic of a variable on interval level is that it has an absolute zero point.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 7**

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 8**

True

Correct!

False

**Question 9**

Probability sampling is seen as less representative for the population than non-probability sampling.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 10**

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 11**

If all elements in the population are seen as equal and every element has an equal chance of being chosen, we speak of:

Correct!

Simple random sampling.

Systematic sampling.

Stratified random sampling.

Cluster sampling.

**Question 12**

What is the type of scale of the variable ‘age’ if it is measured in the following way? “What is your age? ____ years old.”

Nominal.

Ordinal.

Interval.

Correct!

Ratio

**Question 13**

The following scale type is:

“Cold|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___| Hot”

A likert-scale.

Correct!

A semantic differential scale.

A numerical scale.

An itemized rating scale.

**Question 14**

A researcher wants to investigate the relationships between the use of drugs and study results of university students. He would like to generalize the results to the population. Which kind of sample could the researcher best use?

Stratified sampling

Judgment sampling

Correct!

Simple random sampling

Quota sampling

**Question 15**

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(3 ^{rd} Attempt)**

**Question 1**

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 2**

True

Correct!

False

**Question 3**

If a sample is subdivided into subsamples, a minimal sample size of 10 is necessary for every subsample.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 4**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 5**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 6**

In probability sampling all elements of a population have a known and nonzero chance of being included in the sample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 7**

Correct!

True

False

**Question 8**

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 9**

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

True

Correct!

False

**Question 10**

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

Correct!

True

False

**Question 11**

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Question 12**

“Indicate the order in which you prefer the following cola-labels. Give your favorite label a 1, the label that you prefer next a 2, and so on: Coca Cola / Pepsi / Dr Pepper”

This is an example of:

A rating scale.

An itemized rating scale.

Correct!

A ranking scale.

None of the above answers is correct.

**Question 13**

A researcher who investigates the relationship between the bonus program of AH (a supermarket chain) and the loyalty at AH, collects his data by approaching people passing an AH branch store on several daily periods.

The method used by this researcher to draw a sample is called:

Correct!

Convenience sampling.

Simple random sampling.

Stratified sampling.

Quota sampling.

**Question 14**

What is the least reliable and least efficient probability sampling technique?

Systematic sampling.

Proportionate stratified sampling.

Disproportionate stratified sampling.

Correct!

Cluster sampling.

**Question 15**

When a researcher is concerned about the extent to which an instrument adequately measures a concept, he is concerned about:

Concurrent validity.

Construct validity.

Correct!

Content validity.

Convergent validity.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(1 ^{st} Attempt)**

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(1 ^{st} Attempt)**

**Module 5 – Quiz**Module 5 – Quiz

**(1**(1

^{st}Attempt)^{st}Attempt)

^{st}

**Question 1**

**Question 1****Question 1**Question 1

Construct validity ensures that the measure includes an adequate and representative set of items.

Construct validity ensures that the measure includes an adequate and representative set of items.

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 2**

**Question 2****Question 2**Question 2

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 3**

**Question 3****Question 3**Question 3

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 4**

**Question 4****Question 4**Question 4

Simple random sampling is a method associated with a high degree of generalizability.

Simple random sampling is a method associated with a high degree of generalizability.

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 5**

**Question 5****Question 5**Question 5

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 6**

**Question 6****Question 6**Question 6

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 7**

**Question 7****Question 7**Question 7

With face validity, the validity is not tested statistically.

With face validity, the validity is not tested statistically.

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 8**

**Question 8****Question 8**Question 8

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 9**

**Question 9****Question 9**Question 9

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 10**

**Question 10****Question 10**Question 10

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 11**

**Question 11****Question 11**Question 11

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable.

The pair of scales is not reliable.

The pair of scales is not valid.

The pair of scales is not valid.

Correct Answer

Correct Answer

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

**Question 12**

**Question 12****Question 12**Question 12

A disadvantage of cluster sampling is that it:

A disadvantage of cluster sampling is that it:

Correct!

Correct!

Is the least efficient form of probability sampling.

Is the least efficient form of probability sampling.

Requires homogeneous subgroups.

Requires homogeneous subgroups.

Takes a lot of time to collect data.

Takes a lot of time to collect data.

Is not easy to execute.

Is not easy to execute.

**Question 13**

**Question 13****Question 13**Question 13

Correct!

Correct!

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable and not valid.

The pair of scales is reliable but is not valid.

The pair of scales is reliable but is not valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable but is valid.

The pair of scales is not reliable but is valid.

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

The pair of scales is reliable and valid.

**Question 14**

**Question 14****Question 14**Question 14

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Question 15**

**Question 15****Question 15**Question 15

Which of the following sampling designs is a form of non-probability sampling?

Which of the following sampling designs is a form of non-probability sampling?

Systematic sampling.

Systematic sampling.

Area sampling.

Area sampling.

Correct!

Correct!

Quota sampling.

Quota sampling.

Cluster sampling.

Cluster sampling.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(2 ^{nd} Attempt)**

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(2 ^{nd} Attempt)**

**Module 5 – Quiz**Module 5 – Quiz

**(2**(2

^{nd}Attempt)^{nd}Attempt)

^{nd}

**Question 1**

**Question 1****Question 1**Question 1

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Stability and consistency are both indicators of the reliability of a measure.

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 2**

**Question 2****Question 2**Question 2

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 3**

**Question 3****Question 3**Question 3

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 4**

**Question 4****Question 4**Question 4

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 5**

**Question 5****Question 5**Question 5

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 6**

**Question 6****Question 6**Question 6

A characteristic of a variable on interval level is that it has an absolute zero point.

A characteristic of a variable on interval level is that it has an absolute zero point.

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 7**

**Question 7****Question 7**Question 7

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 8**

**Question 8****Question 8**Question 8

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 9**

**Question 9****Question 9**Question 9

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 10**

**Question 10****Question 10**Question 10

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 11**

**Question 11****Question 11**Question 11

Correct!

Correct!

Simple random sampling.

Simple random sampling.

Systematic sampling.

Systematic sampling.

Stratified random sampling.

Stratified random sampling.

Cluster sampling.

Cluster sampling.

**Question 12**

**Question 12****Question 12**Question 12

Nominal.

Nominal.

Ordinal.

Ordinal.

Interval.

Interval.

Correct!

Correct!

Ratio

Ratio

**Question 13**

**Question 13****Question 13**Question 13

The following scale type is:

The following scale type is:

“Cold|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___| Hot”

“Cold|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___| Hot”

A likert-scale.

A likert-scale.

Correct!

Correct!

A semantic differential scale.

A semantic differential scale.

A numerical scale.

A numerical scale.

An itemized rating scale.

An itemized rating scale.

**Question 14**

**Question 14****Question 14**Question 14

Stratified sampling

Stratified sampling

Judgment sampling

Judgment sampling

Correct!

Correct!

Simple random sampling

Simple random sampling

Quota sampling

Quota sampling

**Question 15**

**Question 15****Question 15**Question 15

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(3 ^{rd} Attempt)**

**Module 5 – Quiz ****(3 ^{rd} Attempt)**

**Module 5 – Quiz**Module 5 – Quiz

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**Question 1**

**Question 1****Question 1**Question 1

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Stratified sampling and cluster sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 2**

**Question 2****Question 2**Question 2

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 3**

**Question 3****Question 3**Question 3

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 4**

**Question 4****Question 4**Question 4

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 5**

**Question 5****Question 5**Question 5

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 6**

**Question 6****Question 6**Question 6

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 7**

**Question 7****Question 7**Question 7

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 8**

**Question 8****Question 8**Question 8

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

Convenience sampling and quota sampling are examples of probability sampling.

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 9**

**Question 9****Question 9**Question 9

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

Non-probability sampling leads to findings that are highly generalizable.

True

True

Correct!

Correct!

False

False

**Question 10**

**Question 10****Question 10**Question 10

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

As a rule, probability sampling leads to a representative sample.

Correct!

Correct!

True

True

False

False

**Question 11**

**Question 11****Question 11**Question 11

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

The most important disadvantage of a convenience sample is that:

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

It takes a lot of time and effort to find respondents.

Correct!

Correct!

The research results cannot be generalized.

The research results cannot be generalized.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

It will introduce a systematic 'bias' in the data.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

This way of sampling is relatively expensive.

**Question 12**

**Question 12****Question 12**Question 12

This is an example of:

This is an example of:

A rating scale.

A rating scale.

An itemized rating scale.

An itemized rating scale.

Correct!

Correct!

A ranking scale.

A ranking scale.

None of the above answers is correct.

None of the above answers is correct.

**Question 13**

**Question 13****Question 13**Question 13

The method used by this researcher to draw a sample is called:

The method used by this researcher to draw a sample is called:

Correct!

Correct!

Convenience sampling.

Convenience sampling.

Simple random sampling.

Simple random sampling.

Stratified sampling.

Stratified sampling.

Quota sampling.

Quota sampling.

**Question 14**

**Question 14****Question 14**Question 14

What is the least reliable and least efficient probability sampling technique?

What is the least reliable and least efficient probability sampling technique?

Systematic sampling.

Systematic sampling.

Proportionate stratified sampling.

Proportionate stratified sampling.

Disproportionate stratified sampling.

Disproportionate stratified sampling.

Correct!

Correct!

Cluster sampling.

Cluster sampling.

**Question 15**

**Question 15****Question 15**Question 15

Concurrent validity.

Concurrent validity.

Construct validity.

Construct validity.

Correct!

Correct!

Content validity.

Content validity.

Convergent validity.

Convergent validity. Convergent validity.