___________ is the extent to which an observed effect or outcome can be generalized to another setting or population. It addresses the question will I get the same results if I repeat the intervention in a different setting, at a different time, with a different facilitator?

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___________ is the extent to which an observed effect or outcome can be generalized to another setting or population. It addresses the question will I get the same results if I repeat the intervention in a different setting, at a different time, with a different facilitator?

Internal validity

Maturation

External validity

Participant attrition

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Question 22

The __________ represents all of the elements (e.g. individuals, items, objects) whose characteristics are being studies in an evaluation.

Population

Sample

Control group

Experimental group

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Question 23

___________ is usually the last step of an evaluation.

Creating the research questions

Writing and reporting the results of the evaluation

Determining the program s goals and objectives

Establishing the evaluation budget

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Question 24

___________ describes the experimental project or systematic efforts used to achieve the planned purpose of the evaluation. Sometimes called a program, it is the object scrutinized within the evaluation.

Outcome

Data

Intervention

Participants

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Question 25

A ____________ evaluation collects data through in-person interviews, direct observations, reviews of written documents, and is concerned with understand how or why things work.

Cohort

Cross-sectional

Qualitative

Interim

 
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