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    Describe the difference between random assignment and random selection in group designs.

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    Random Selection:
    Random selection occurs when a sample is randomly drawn from a population. Here's an example. Let's suppose a group of scientists were interested in finding out about the effects of a particular reading program on students attending school in particular region. If the research team had a list of all of the students attending school in that region and randomly selected a group of students from that list, we could say that that sample had been randomly selected. ...

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