Evaluate quantitative research questions and hypotheses in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals • Identify quantitative designs in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals

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Evaluate quantitative research questions and hypotheses in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals • Identify quantitative designs in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals

• Evaluate quantitative research questions and hypotheses in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals • Identify quantitative designs in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals • Explain use of quantitative designs in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals • Analyze alignment among theory, problem, purpose, research questions and hypotheses, and design in quantitative research studies published in peer-reviewed journals • Evaluate the research questions and hypotheses using the Research Questions and Hypotheses Checklist as a guide • Identify the type of quantitative research design used and explain how the researchers implemented the design • Analyze alignment among the theory, problem, purpose, research questions and hypotheses, and design Article A: Dank, M., Lachman, P., Zweig, J. M., & Yahner, J. (2014). Dating violence experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 43(5), 846-57. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10964-013-9975-8 Research Questions and Hypotheses Checklist Use the following criteria to evaluate an author’s research questions and/or hypotheses. Look for indications of the following: • Is the research question(s) a logical extension of the purpose of the study? • Does the research question(s) reflect the best question to address the problem? • Does the research question(s) align with the design of the study? • Does the research question(s) align with the method identified for collecting data? If the study is qualitative, does the research question(s) do as follows? • Relate the central question to the qualitative approach • Begin with What or How (not Why) • Focus on a single phenomenon • Use exploratory verbs • Use nondirectional language • Use an open-ended format • Specify the participants and research site If the study is quantitative: • Do the descriptive questions seek to describe responses to major variables? • Do the inferential questions seek to compare groups or relate variables? • Do the inferential questions follow from a theory? • Are the variables positioned consistently from independent/predictor to dependent/outcome in the inferential questions? • Is a null and/or alternative hypothesis provided as a predictive statement? © 2016 Laureate Education, Inc. Page 1 of 2 Research Theory, Design, and Methods Walden University • Is the hypothesis consistent with its respective research question? • Does the question(s) and/or hypothesis specify the participants and research site? If the study is mixed methods, do the research questions and/or hypotheses do the following? • Include the characteristics of a good qualitative research question (as listed above) • Include the characteristics of a good quantitative research and/or hypothesis (as listed above) • Indicate how the researcher will mix or integrate the two approaches of the study • Specify the participants and research site • Convey the overall intent of the study that calls for a mixed methods approach

• Evaluate quantitative research questions and hypotheses in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals
• Identify quantitative designs in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals
• Explain use of quantitative designs in research studies published in peer-reviewed journals
• Analyze alignment among theory, problem, purpose, research questions and hypotheses, and design in quantitative research studies published in peer-reviewed journals

• Evaluate the research questions and hypotheses using the Research Questions and Hypotheses Checklist as a guide
• Identify the type of quantitative research design used and explain how the researchers implemented the design
• Analyze alignment among the theory, problem, purpose, research questions and hypotheses, and design

Article A:
Dank, M., Lachman, P., Zweig, J. M., & Yahner, J. (2014). Dating violence experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 43(5), 846-57. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10964-013-9975-8

Research Questions and Hypotheses Checklist
Use the following criteria to evaluate an author’s research questions and/or hypotheses.
Look for indications of the following:
• Is the research question(s) a logical extension of the purpose of the study?
• Does the research question(s) reflect the best question to address the problem?
• Does the research question(s) align with the design of the study?
• Does the research question(s) align with the method identified for
collecting data?
If the study is qualitative, does the research question(s) do as follows?
• Relate the central question to the qualitative approach
• Begin with What or How (not Why)
• Focus on a single phenomenon
• Use exploratory verbs
• Use nondirectional language
• Use an open-ended format
• Specify the participants and research site
If the study is quantitative:
• Do the descriptive questions seek to describe responses to major
variables?
• Do the inferential questions seek to compare groups or relate variables?
• Do the inferential questions follow from a theory?
• Are the variables positioned consistently from independent/predictor to dependent/outcome in the inferential questions?
• Is a null and/or alternative hypothesis provided as a predictive statement? © 2016 Laureate Education, Inc. Page 1 of 2
Research Theory, Design, and Methods Walden University
• Is the hypothesis consistent with its respective research question?
• Does the question(s) and/or hypothesis specify the participants and research site?
If the study is mixed methods, do the research questions and/or hypotheses do the following?
• Include the characteristics of a good qualitative research question (as listed above)
• Include the characteristics of a good quantitative research and/or hypothesis (as listed above)
• Indicate how the researcher will mix or integrate the two approaches of the study
• Specify the participants and research site
• Convey the overall intent of the study that calls for a mixed methods
approach


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