Article 2: "Online Education: A Study of Academic Rigor";Read the full article (attached) and answer this question.;How did they control for external variables in the study?;Article 5: "Physical Fitness of Police Officers as They Progress From Supervised Recruit to Unsupervised Sworn Officer Programs";Read the full article (attached) and answer this question.;How did they control for external variables in this study?;Article 6: "Virtual Reality as a Distraction Intervention for Older Children Receiving Chemotherapy";Read the full article (attached) and answer these questions.;What did the researchers do to insure constancy of conditions?;The researchers used "elimination" to control for extraneous variables. What did they do and why?;PART B: Decide Sample Size and Recruiting Strategy;Determine your sample size and recruiting strategy for subjects. Be sure to consider the ethical implications and contextual factors of your plan.;In your research project, how will you insure constancy of conditions? This requires that you think through each step of your experiment, looking for those environmental elements that would introduce unwanted variables. You need to address this for the following areas, and explain what you will do to eliminate inconsistent conditions, volunteer bias, and experimenter bias;Location where will you conduct your study;Process of completing the experiment, actually doing the research;Recruiting volunteers;Experimenter bias;Attachment Preview;online education....pdf;DOCUMENT RESUME;ED 470 163...;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 5;Max Pages: 10;Level of Detail: Show all work;Other Requirements: I will be sending the other two articles shortly.
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