SAGE Journal Articles
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Ueno, K. (2010). Mental health differences between young adults with and without same-sex contact: A simultaneous examination of underlying mechanisms. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 51(4), 391–407.
- Identify the basic research question as stated by Ueno.
- Find an example of a descriptive and an inferential statistic in Euno’s article.
- How did Ueno use probability as a part of this research?
Ramirez-Valles, J., Kuhns, L. M., Campbell, R. T., & Diaz, R. M. (2010). Social integration and health: Community involvement, stigmatized identities, and sexual risk in Latino sexual minorities. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 51(1), 30–47.
- What type of sampling method did the authors use to determine their sample?
Mollburn, S., & Morningstar, E. (2009). Investigating the relationship between teenage childbearing and psychological distress using longitudinal evidence. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 50(3), 310–326.
- Identify the basic research question as stated by the authors.
- Identify a dependent variable and an independent variable.
- Identify the level of measurement of each.
- Find an example of a descriptive and an inferential statistic.
- Describe the sampling technique used in the Mollburn et al.’s article. What kind of sampling method did the original researchers use? Why?