Test Your Knowledge of Different Types of Sampling!

1.  Sampling that assumes that once you have some members of the desired population they will lead you to other participants is called:

a. Systematic sampling
b. Convenience sampling
c. Snowball sampling
d. Intensity sampling

 

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2. In a study, the desired population is only individuals who are considered “gifted” this represents:

a. Random sampling
b. Convenience sampling
c. Snowball sampling
d. Intensity sampling

 

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3.  By using participants who represent your population but are easy to find, such as students in an Introductory Psychology course, you are using what type of sampling:

a. Random sampling
b. Convenience sampling
c. Snowball sampling
d. Intensity sampling

 

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