Chapter 4 Quiz By George Waddell Posted 17 February 2021 In Chapter 4 Quiz2021-02-172021-02-17https://www.performingmusicresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/pmr-logo.pngPerforming Music Researchhttps://www.performingmusicresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/pmr-logo.png200px200px 0 These questions test your knowledge of the content of Chapter 4. Participant observation is always qualitative.TrueFalse Which of these features is not typical of participant observation?Detailed descriptionDual role of investigatorSystematic recordingUse of predetermined observation scheme Concurrent or retrospective reports made while or immediately after carrying out each stage of a task are known as _________________ (Ericsson and Simon, 1993). Research on learning cultures and the conservatory conducted by Perkins (2013a) involved the administration of questionnaires.TrueFalse Which of these characteristics is typical of semistructured observation?Allows for the possibility of adapting and refining observation toolsPlanning must be carried out meticulouslyUseful for exploring creative processes via introspectionInvariably quantitative Dividing video-recordings into segments of a particular duration and coding each of the behaviours observed in a selected proportion of segments is called ________________ sampling. What is the first thing you must do before collecting observational data?Check the weather forecastFamiliarize yourself with the observation environmentObtain ethical approvalRecruit participantsTest your equipment Observations can be said to have intra-observer reliability if the same person observes the same data on two occasions, obtaining the same results.TrueFalse What term describes a tool for generating knowledge?MethodologyMethodEpistemologyOntology When drawing up a coding scheme in which behaviors are operationally defined, what should your chosen categories be?Internally mutualHomoeopathically internalMutually homogeneousMutually exclusive Time is Up! Time's up George Waddell Recent PostsHello world! Leave a Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.