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P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P01 Findings in a study that the investigator did not anticipate:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P02 Statistical analysis of the data gathered by a study that ends with fewer subjects than intended may:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P03 In a published report, discussion of the limitations of a study should:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P04 Which of the following pieces of research gives meaning to the study and addresses the implications of the study outcomes?
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P05 Why are clear operational definitions of terms used in a study needed?
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P06 Despite the long mother-to-mother history of teaching and learning about breastfeeding, a lactation consultant’s principal source of information to guide her practice today should be:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P07 “Validity” of a study’s data-collection tools refers to the degree to which the:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P08 A research design is considered to be quasi-experimental if it:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P09 Correlational studies examine:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P10 A descriptive study typically is undertaken when a topic of interest:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P11 Operational definitions explicitly describe how:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P12 A principal goal of qualitative research is:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P13 Probability samples are preferred for _________ studies because __________.
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P14 A person participating in medical research must:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P15 Probability sampling is used when:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P16 Research studies of breastfeeding dyads are most likely to follow which sampling technique?
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P17 Grounded theory refers to a method that:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P18 Naturalistic or humanistic scientific methods are characterized by:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P19 An investigator can meet her obligation to obtain informed consent from a prospective subject by fully describing the study ________ and receiving a(n) _________ consent:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P20 Factors that the investigator did not eliminate, and which influence the outcome of a study, are called __________ variables.
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P21 A report titled “The Experience of Living with an Incessantly Crying Infant” is most likely to be an example of which research method?
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P22 A research hypothesis typically:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P23 The most important reason that studies of the relation between breastfeeding and infant health may disagree is:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P24 In 1976, Klaus and Kennell postulated that close parent–infant contact soon after birth is critical for optimal child development. Acceptance of this theory has led to:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P25 Traditional (“positivist”) scientific methods are ideally characterized by:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P26 The factor believed to cause changes in an outcome variable is called a(n) ___________ variable:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P27 Which of the following is a requirement for use of nonparametric statistical methods?
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P28 While planning a research study, an investigator must:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P29 A study that ___________________ would be consistent with a feminist research perspective.
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P30 The Cochrane Collaboration compiles:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P31 When a null hypothesis is written, it is phrased to say that the independent:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P32 A research variable is an attribute that:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P33 The “reliability” of data collected during a study refers to the:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P34 Experimental studies have at least:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P35 Use of parametric statistical methods requires:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P36 One requirement of an experimental study is that:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P37 Observational research relies upon information gathered through:
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P38 Of the theories that explain how mothers change and react to a new infant, the ________ theory is most appropriate for a lactation consultant practice.
P-IBCLC BFHL-21-P39 As compared with a non-exposed group, a relative risk (or odds ratio) of ____ suggests that a group exposed to a disease has ___________ incidence rate of the disease: