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Is there any possibility that one’s ability to conclude whether the intervention affects the outcome but not some other factors is affected?

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Ashley Kwan
30 December 2019
Is there any possibility that one’s ability to conclude whether the intervention affects the outcome but not some other factors is affected?

Is there any possibility that one’s ability to conclude whether the intervention affects the outcome but not some other factors is affected?

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Jason Jiang
20 February 2020

Yes. It depends on your research design and specific research questions. In quasi-experimental design, for example, other factors that may affect the outcomes can be controlled through random assignment.

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Bobby Chan
30 December 2019

You're welcome!

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Ashley Kwan
30 December 2019

I see...thank you very much for your kind reply!

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Bobby Chan
30 December 2019

It will arise when researchers interpret the sample data to other persons, other settings, and past or future situations falsely.

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Ashley Kwan
30 December 2019

How about external validity threats?

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Bobby Chan
30 December 2019

Internal validity threats are experimental procedures, treatments or experiences of the participants that threaten the researcher’s ability to correctly interpret the data about the population in an experiment.

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Ashley Kwan
30 December 2019

What do they represent?

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Bobby Chan
30 December 2019

Internal threats and external threats

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Ashley Kwan
30 December 2019

What are they?

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Bobby Chan
30 December 2019

There are two types of threats to validity.

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Ashley Kwan
30 December 2019

How many types of threats can we have?

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Bobby Chan
30 December 2019

Yes researchers should identify potential threats to the internal validity of the experiments and design them for minimizing or eliminating threats.

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