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17 July, 04:05

A researcher observes alcohol intake behavior during a party involving only students who were 21 years or older. To manage the observation period, every 10 min she observes behavior for 5 min, then takes 5 min off during the party. Which method was used to manage the observation period?

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  1. 17 July, 04:49
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    Time sampling

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    In an observation study, time sampling refers to a method of measuring behavior which is where an observer records activity at defined intervals. Therefore, it is a method of collecting information in which a observer watch participants during research for a prescribed amount of time and record their particular behavior. As per the question, the researcher manage the observation period, every 10 min she observes behavior for 5 min, then takes 5 min off during the party and it an example of time sampling.
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