In the book, Quantitative Research Methods for Professionals, Vogt introduces the “Quantitative Report Critique Checklist” (p. 300). For this discussion, you are asked to answer some of the questions from the checklist in order to analyze an empirical study. The questions you are to answer from the checklist are listed below.
To complete this discussion, start with reading the Grant and Berry 2011 article from this unit’s studies (also linked in the Resources). This article, on motivation and creativity, explores a number of variables using three different empirical studies. Address these “questions about variables” for one of these studies:
Make sure you identify which empirical study you used for this discussion.
Vogt, P. W. (2007). Quantitative research methods for professionals. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
Read the posts of your peers and respond to one. In your response, compare and contrast your analysis with that of your peer. Include the following:
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