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Nursing Research Quiz  24 
Ethics/Power Analysis 
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June 29, 2012


1. Declaration of Helsinki (1964/1975) is related to:
A. Qualitative research
B. Genetics research
C. Ethical standards in research
D. Statistical methods in research
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2. "Above all, do no harm".
This principle encompassed in the ethical dimension of:
A. Human dignity
B. Justice
C. Beneficence
D. Anonymity
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3. Three factors are important regarding the rights of the participants include all except:
A. Confidentiality
B. Anonymity
C. Voluntary participation
D. Jurisprudence
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4. When the researcher is not allowed control of the treatment variable and cannot achieve randomization because of ethical considerations, institutional policies or other situational factors, the researcher chooses:
A. True experimental studies
B. Quasi experimental studies
C. Exploratory studies
D. Qualitative studies
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5. Factors Affecting Power include:
A. . Size of the effect
B. Standard deviation of the characteristic
C. Bigger sample size
D. Significance level desired
E. All of the above
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6. A descriptive metric that characterizes the standardized difference (in SD units) between the mean of a control group and the mean of a treatment group is:
A. Effect size
B. LSD
C. Beta
D. Chisquare copyright@ currentnursing.com
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7.
The power of a statistical test is influenced by:
A. Size of the effect
B. Sample size
C. Beta (β)
D. All of the above
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8.
Which of the following statements about power of a test is FALSE?
A. Power of the test refers to probability of detecting a predefined clinically significant difference.
B. Power of a test explains the risk of a falsepositive finding
C. Power of the test is usually set at (120%) 80%
D. Power = 1  βcopyright@ nursingplanet.com/Quiz/nursing_research_quiz20.html
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9. A statistical expression of magnitude of relationship between two variables or magnitude of difference between two groups:
A. Effect size
B. Eignvalue
C. pvalue
D. zscore
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1. C 
2. C 
3. D 
4. B 
5. E 
6. A 
7. D 
8. B 
9. A 


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