for each of the following hypotheses, identify the independent and dependent variables, give … Question: For each of the following hypotheses, identify the independent and dependent variables, give an o… For each of the following hypotheses, identify the independent and dependent variables, give an operational definition for each, and decide what research strategy (cross-sectional, longitudinal or sequential), type of design (experimental or non-experimental) and method of data collection (observational, individual testing, survey or questionnaire) you would use to test each hypothesis. 1. Infants cared for in a home setting are more content. Independent Variable:_________________Operational Definition:_____________________ Dependent Variable:__________________Operational Definition:_____________________ Research Strategy:___________________________________________________________ […]
Explain the former FDA risk categories and give an example of a drug in each one. Explain the new pregnancy and lactation labeling rule(PLLR). Since the effective date of the PLLR, a total of 48 novel drugs have been approved by the FDA. Choose one of these drugs and explain how it is labeled. Do you think the new rule is better than the FDA risk categories?
Find an article in the newspaper or other media that uses components of the evidence-based public health approach e.g. presents the burden of disease, draws, conclusions about causation, and presents evidence-based recommendations, and/or discussed implementation and evaluation. Briefly, explain which element of the PERI approach are utilized in the article. Your report should be no less than two pages, double-spaced, Use supporting sources as necessary. Make sure to use proper in text citations.
“What might be an ethical problem with conducting a study comparing men and women on visual-motor coordination?” (write a short paragraph explaining how might the way a researcher collect data have ethical or moral implications?
Blue Mood Clothing, Inc., a company devoted to producing positive, mood-altering apparel and various other clothing items, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Colossal Corporation. Blue Mood Clothing’s most famous and best-selling product is the Breezer—a skin-tight shirt with an air ventilation system that allows the breeze to pass through the shirt. Colossal Corporation has uncovered an incident of theft at Blue Mood Clothing: approximately one month ago, over five thousand Breezers were stolen from Blue Mood Clothing’s Atlantic City, New Jersey, warehouse. Shortly after the theft was discovered, Colossal Corporation’s internal investigator, Bill, found an online advertisement for the […]