Dr. Croteau explains to students in his methodology class that when they are using a mixed design, they are essentially using a(n) factorial design with multiple independent variables.
Methodology is studying the methods used in field and the theories or principles behind them, so that you can develop a approach which matches your requirements.
Mixed design is an approach in which the researcher have to examines both the potential differences between two or more separate groups of participants and also the individual changes over time.
Factorial design is necessary when interactions are there to avoid misleading conclusions. They allow the effects of a factor to be estimated at several levels of a factor, that can yield a conclusion that are valid over a range of experimental conditions.
The correct answers are: 1- Dialogical perspective 2- Human perspective.
The dialogical perspective defends that the interaction with other people help us to form our identity, establish our personality and gain insight on who we are, what we like and how we perceive the world. The key is communication and interaction with other individuals.
The human perspective defends that individuals are responsible to themselves and to others to be the best version of themselves, to actively exercise compassionate and honest behaviors towards oneself and others-
In conclusion, the correct answers are 1- Dialogical perspective 2- Human perspective.
Presentence report or investigation report or also known as PSI is an investigative document of the records of a person convicted of felony cases. The report is prepared by a probation officer and consists of records such as medical reports, family history, prior criminal history, education, employment record, etc. This report is helpful for judges to give a verdict on a felony case.
<u>In the case, the document used by the judge in case of Frank was PSI or Presentence Report or Investigation. It is because the document consists of Frank's employment records, mental health status, and prior criminal history</u>.