1. Identifying related samples Aa Aa E For each of the following research scenarios, decide whether the design uses a related sample. If the

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1. Identifying related samples Aa Aa E For each of the following research scenarios, decide whether the design uses a related sample. If the design uses a related sample, identify whether it uses matched subjects or repeated measures. (Note: Researchers can match subjects by matching particular characteristics, or, in some cases, matched subjects are naturally paired, such as siblings or married couples.) John Cacioppo was interested in possible mechanisms by which loneliness may have deleterious effects on health. He compared the sleep quality of a random sample of lonely people to the sleep quality of a random sample of nonlonely people. The design described You are interested in whether husbands or wives care more about how clean their cars are. You collect a random sample of 100 married couples and collect ratings from each partner, indicating the importance each places on car cleanliness. You want to know if the husbands ratings tend to be different than the wives ratings The design described

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    Design using a related sample refers to correlated subjects or measures being employed in the sample

    1) here as we are comparing the population subset (Kleptomaniacs )from total population

    Hence, the design does not use a related sample

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    As both the treatments use same subjects  which is alcoholism,

    it is uses a related sample (repeated measure). It is a repeated measure because we are repeating the process of measuring alcoholism’s significance with and without social phobia

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