# Diet 314 - Rd Exam Quiz

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### What level is the P-value considered significant?

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At 0.05 and below

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Above 0.05

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At 1.0

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Above 1.0

A. At 0.05 and below
Explanation
A P-value is considered significant when it is equal to or below 0.05. This means that there is a low probability that the observed result occurred by chance alone. A P-value above 0.05 indicates that there is a higher probability that the observed result could be due to chance, and therefore it is not considered statistically significant.

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### What is one advantage of the Formal Lecture method in education?

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Formal Lecture allows the teacher to give information without student interaction.

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Formal Lecture allows for student interjection throughout the lecture.

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Formal Lecture allows for the most material to be covered in the shortest amount of time.

C. Formal Lecture allows for the most material to be covered in the shortest amount of time.
Explanation
The advantage of the Formal Lecture method in education is that it allows for the most material to be covered in the shortest amount of time. This method involves the teacher giving information without student interaction, allowing them to present a large amount of content within a limited timeframe. This can be beneficial in situations where there is a need to cover a lot of material efficiently, such as in preparing students for exams or introducing new concepts.

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### What are the strongest points of a correlation coefficent?

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0 and 1

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-1 and 1

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-.5 and .5

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0 and .5

B. -1 and 1
Explanation
The strongest points of a correlation coefficient are -1 and 1. A correlation coefficient measures the strength and direction of the relationship between two variables. A value of -1 indicates a perfect negative correlation, meaning that as one variable increases, the other variable decreases in a perfectly predictable way. On the other hand, a value of 1 indicates a perfect positive correlation, meaning that as one variable increases, the other variable also increases in a perfectly predictable way. These values represent the strongest possible relationships between variables.

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### Which of the following is NOT a verb that can be considered a  measureable term for use in goald and objectives?

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Discuss

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Apply

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Understand

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Compare

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Illustrate

C. Understand
Explanation
The verb "Understand" is not a measurable term for use in goals and objectives because it is difficult to quantify or measure someone's level of understanding. Goals and objectives should be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART), and "Understand" does not meet the criteria for being measurable.

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### When should a literature review section of a research paper be completed?

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Before the beginning of the actual research

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During the research process

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After the research has been completed

A. Before the beginning of the actual research
Explanation
A literature review section of a research paper should be completed before the beginning of the actual research. This is because a literature review helps to provide a comprehensive understanding of the existing knowledge and research in a particular field. By conducting a literature review before starting the research, the researcher can identify any gaps or areas that need further exploration. This allows them to design their study more effectively and ensure that their research contributes to the existing body of knowledge. Additionally, a literature review helps to establish the context and rationale for the research, making it an essential step before beginning the actual research process.

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### When an active response from the counselor is given and the counselor shares information about himself/herself to provide a more open atomosphere.  This is an example of...

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Counseling

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Intervention

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Self-Disclosure

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Creating a Rapport

C. Self-Disclosure
Explanation
Self-disclosure refers to the act of revealing personal information about oneself to another person. In the context of counseling, when a counselor shares information about themselves with a client, it helps to create a more open and trusting atmosphere. This can encourage the client to feel more comfortable and open up about their own thoughts and feelings. Self-disclosure can also help to establish a rapport between the counselor and client, which is essential for effective counseling. Therefore, the given answer, self-disclosure, accurately describes the situation described in the question.

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### The least effective way to learn is...

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Powerpoints

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Formal Lecture

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Group Study Sessions

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Self-Instruction Modules

D. Self-Instruction Modules
Explanation
Self-instruction modules are the least effective way to learn because they rely solely on individual effort and motivation. Unlike powerpoints, formal lectures, and group study sessions, which provide opportunities for interaction, discussion, and clarification, self-instruction modules lack these elements. They often require learners to passively read or watch instructional materials without active engagement or feedback. This can lead to limited understanding, difficulty in retaining information, and a lack of accountability. In contrast, other methods like powerpoints, formal lectures, and group study sessions offer more dynamic and collaborative learning experiences.

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### Most nutrition education material is written at a/an  grade reading level.

eighth
Explanation
Most nutrition education material is written at an eighth-grade reading level. This means that the material is written in a way that is easily understandable for someone who is in the eighth grade. The language and vocabulary used in the material are kept simple and concise to ensure that the information can be easily comprehended by a wide range of readers. This approach helps to make the material accessible to a larger audience and promotes better understanding and retention of the information being conveyed.

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Replication
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### The  states that there is not a significant difference between the control and experimental groups.

null hypothesis
Explanation
The given statement suggests that there is no significant difference between the control and experimental groups. This aligns with the concept of a null hypothesis, which assumes that there is no significant relationship or difference between variables being studied. In other words, the null hypothesis states that any observed difference or relationship is due to chance or random variation.

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Duplication
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### describes the adequacy with which the measurement or index reflects the parameter of interest.

Validity
Explanation
Validity refers to the extent to which a measurement or index accurately measures the parameter of interest. In other words, it assesses whether the measurement or index is measuring what it is intended to measure. A valid measurement or index should provide accurate and reliable information about the parameter being studied. It is important to establish the validity of a measurement or index to ensure that the conclusions drawn from the data are accurate and meaningful.

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### describes the degree that repeated measurements give the same response.

Reliability
Explanation
Reliability refers to the consistency or stability of measurements. It describes the degree to which repeated measurements of the same phenomenon or variable produce the same or similar results. In other words, if a measurement is reliable, it means that if the measurement is repeated under the same conditions, it will yield consistent results. Reliability is an important concept in research and measurement, as it ensures that the data collected is dependable and can be trusted for making accurate inferences or conclusions.

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### What kind of research is exhibited in surveys and correlation studies?  Describe each.

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