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What is a non-participant?
A nonparticipant is someone who does not participate. As someone who is not involved. A Nonparticipant is someone who may go to a game and observe but is not a player. A nonparticipant example in a sentence; Gloria did not participate in the vicious gossip that was going around about Diane. Nonparticipant ...
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What are the disadvantages of systematic observation?
While systematic observation can be a useful tool to scientists it can have many disadvantages as well. Scientists do not have control over outside factors that can influence the outcome of their scientific observation. This can prevent inaccurate results. ...
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What might be the disadvantages of using naturalistic observation?
It is unreliable in the statistical sense.
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Disadvantages of non participant observation?
There are a couple disadvantages of non participant observation. One of which is "Hawthorne effect" if people know they are being observed. The other is you are unable to get as much information because you are not part of the group. ...
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What are the disadvantages of least square method?
High sensetivity to outliers (i.e. Extreme observation)
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Advantages and disadvantage of observation?
The advantages of observation would be that you get to study up close the way things live, grow, etc. The disadvantages of observation would be that after so long it could get monotonous and possibly after so long, what is being studied might produce different results. ...
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Under what situations is naturalistic observation the best mode of study What are its advantages and disadvantages?
disadvantage - less control over variables
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What are the Disadvantages of an observation?
* If the the person who is being obsered know they are being observed they may act unsual and give off the wrong actions, speech, thoights and emotions as they may be nervous * Takes a long time to prepare an observation * A good range of sample is needed for an observation * time consuming ...
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Differentiate qualitative observation from quantitative observation?
qualitative observation is observation by using the senses, while quantitative observation is observation that is need to measure. ...
Define the type of observation of a qualitative observation?
a quatitive observation is a observation that you can look at
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Defferentiate quantitative observation from qualilative observation?
what is qualilative observation
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What are the differences between laboratory observation and naturalistic observation?
Laboratory observation is in a laboratory and naturalistic observation is in the nature. ...
What is a systematic observation?
Systematic observation includes naturalistic observation, which is real-life observation, and structured observation, which takes place in a natural environment in which manipulation is involved ...
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What are the disadvantages of Ralph Tyler's model for curriculum design?
There are several disadvantages to Ralph Tyler's model for curriculum design. Firstly, his design offered several unanswered questions, which he did not answer. Secondly, others' criteria of behavior is psychologically suspect. Observation is not a sound scientific theory. ...
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What are the two kinds of observation describe each?
qualitative observation and quantitative observation
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What is the definition of qualitive observation?
A qualitative observation is a observation not using numbers. For example, the rock is smooth is an qualitative observation. A quantitative observation os a observation thats uses numbers. For example, the rock weighs 2.3 pounds. ...