Julia M.

asked • 02/01/16

Which statement distinguishes a quasi-experimental study from a true experiment?

The quasi-experiment does not use a control group.
The quasi-experiment uses multiple groups for comparison.
The quasi-experiment does not allow for manipulation of the independent variable.
The quasi-experiment does not use any experimental control.

1 Expert Answer


Hunter H. answered • 02/01/16

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