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The Solomon Four Group Experimental Design

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Briefly describe the basic pre-test, the post-test experimental design, and the Solomon Four-Group design.

Do feel that the Solomon Four-Group design. is better than the pre-test and the post-test designs?

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The pre-test experimental design is essentially a design in which information or data is collected on activities, or the relative level of performance of the research subjects, before an experimental intervention is introduced. This essentially involves an observation and analysis of the research subjects or experimental group, before the introduction of an ...

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This solution describes the Solomon four group experimental design and the pretest and posttest experimental designs.

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