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NURS4325 Knowledge Check Part #1 Answer

Question 1

Common practice for in-text citations for a single author using APA
style includes:
(author last name, year of publication)
(author last name, first initial, year of publication)
(author last name, first name, page number)

Question 2

In APA format, which one of these statements is not true about the
references page:
The title of the references page is Bibliography, and should be
centered at the top if the page and not in bold font.
References should be placed in alphabetical order by author last name.
A digital object identifier (DOI) or website for the journal article
referenced should be placed at the end of every journal article
reference if available.

Question 3

A conceptual definition of a variable isdefined in the review of literature.
also considered to be the intervention.
influencing the selection of the sample.
the systematic investigation of relationship.
A conceptual definition is the beginning understanding of a concept, it
is very broad and what it means to you and to me and to others.

Question 4

A nurse planning a research project wants to know more about their
sample. Which of the following would be considered a demographic
variable?
Pain intensity
Socioeconomic status
Heart rate
Oral temperature

Question 5

A nurse hypothesizes that the presence of social support from family
affects the pain perception of hospitalized patients.
What is the dependent variable in this hypothesis?social support
hospitalized patients
pain perception
family members

Question 6

Subjects who volunteered to receive an experimental treatment for
pancreatic cancer are educated about essential study information,
assessed for understanding of this information, and asked to willingly
participate in the research study. This process is known as:
informed consent
coercion
institutional review
deception

Question 7

A questionnaire has an ID number in one corner that allows the
research team to identify the subject. This is an example of:
right to privacy.
confidentiality.
deception.
informed consent.

Question 8

One example of a research population with diminished autonomy
(vulnerability) would be:
college students.
members of a senior citizen center.
mentally ill patients.

Question 9

The purpose of an institutional review board (IRB) is to:
determine the extent to which human rights will be protected in a study.
critique the research methods of a study.
determine the appropriate journals for publication of the study.
review the costs associated with an institutional study.

Question 10

A research hypothesis:
predicts the expected results or outcomes of the study
defines the theoretical framework for the study
is used to determine relationships in a study
clarifies the gap in the literature in the study

Question 11

Identify the independent variable in the following hypothesis: “Cancer patients who receive music therapy complain less frequently of painand require less pain medication than cancer patients not receiving
music therapy.”
Relaxation therapy
Complaints of pain
Pain medication use
Music therapy

Question 12

A friend asks you to explain the difference between a conceptual definition and an operational definition of anxiety. You help her to understand these concepts by providing her with the following operational definition of anxiety.
An overwhelming feeling of uneasiness
A score above 40 on the Anxiety Inventory
Discomfort at the highest level
A sense of fear

Question 13

Nursing students in a research course are learning about problem
statements. To be considered researchable, a problem must:
include an ethical dimension.
deal with patient outcomes rather than social issues.
be clearly defined as the gap in knowledge.

Question 14

Which of the following questions is important to ask when determining
the significance of the research problem?
What will it cost to complete the study?
Is there an available pool of subjects?
Does the researcher have the necessary expertise?
Will the findings influence nursing practice?

Question 15

A nurse researcher is planning his purpose statement for his correlational study. He knows it should include the:
setting and statistics that will be used.
theoretical framework and measuring tools to be used.
variables and type of subjects desired for the study.
research design and approach for obtaining consent.

Question 16

A nursing student is planning to conduct a review of the literature for a research study. One of the main purposes of conducting a review of the literature is to:
determine existing knowledge on the topic.
help select an optimum sample size.
discover an instrument for data collection that has been used many times.
give the researcher insight into what data analysis techniques should be used.

Question 17

The concept of causality would be important in which of the following
research designs?
Experimental
Phenomenological Descriptive
Time dimensional

Question 18

Which of the following study designs focuses on finding a cause and
effect relationship among variables, but uses a lower level of control?
quasi-experimental
experimental
descriptive
phenomenology

Question 19

A nurse researcher wants to design a study that looks at the
relationship between two variables. She is considering an
experimental research design.
True
False

Question 20

A nursing student is reading a study with an experimental research design. Which one of the following is a necessary requirement for experimental designs?
Manipulation of the independent variable
Attrition
Comparison of naturally occurring groups
Convenience sample

Question 21

Which of the following types of studies is considered a qualitative study?
Ethnographic
Methodological
Comparative
Correlational

Question 22

If a researcher wants to understand what it is like to undergo
chemotherapy from the patient’s perspective of their lived experience,
the study design is:
phenomenology
ethnography
quantitative descriptive
historical research

Question 23

A researcher designs a study as a quantitative descriptive study. Which of the following would NOT typically be part of the research methodology for the study?
Finding a representative sample.
Describing a causal effect between the variables.
Clear conceptual definition of study variables.
Using valid and reliable instruments.

Question 24

Which of the following would be considered to be a research hypothesis?
What was the state of the art of medicine and nursing regarding childhood
malnutrition in the late 19th and early 20th century?
Study aims were to determine the risk of breast feeding cessation over time.
Were there improvements in outcome data in caregivers’ level of heart failure
caregiving burden, confidence and preparedness in providing heart failure home
care?
The participants will decrease tobacco consumption at the end of the intervention
compared to baseline.

Question 25

A nursing research student is evaluating a research framework that isexplicitly started in a research article. All of these statements describe the purpose of a research framework EXCEPT:
to guide the development of a study.
it is tested within the study.
to guide the selection of the inferential statistics.
it links the findings of the study back to nursing’s body of knowledge.

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