Measuring, collecting, and analyzing data.
Critique a quantitative study focusing on the protection of human subjects, data collection, data management and analysis, problem statement and interpretation of the findings. You may use a previous quantitative study or critique a new peer-reviewed article.
Identify the statistical procedures used.
Judge whether these procedures were appropriate for the hypotheses, questions, or objectives of the study, and for the level of measurement of the variables.
Judge whether the author’s interpretation of the results is appropriate.
Evaluate the clinical significance of the findings.
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