After reading this chapter, you should be able to:
- Describe the difference between the four different types of surveys.
- Explain how response rates to survey research can limit the interpretation of survey results.
- Identify how to appropriately handle and administer surveys.
- Describe the steps involved in survey research.
- Describe the five common types of correlational designs.
- Identify and describe the direction and strength of a correlation.
- Explain how causality, outliers, and restriction of range can limit the interpretation of a correlation coefficient.
- Explain how linear regression can be used to predict outcomes.