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These were the information my professor gave to me to consider when wrting this
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These were the information my professor gave to me to consider when wrting this
These were the information my professor gave to me to consider when wrting this paper for my final paper . also please check the example for the qualitative research and please answer inside the one that says write on me. Is this DV valid with Autistic kids? Has it been used with Autistic kids? Autism is a broad diagnosis, I worry about the scale. "Inability to communicate", but you want them to fill out an emotional assessment? So is your Target Pop ALL Autistic kids? Or only those with trauma? If your IV is CBT, you MUST have control over the CBT. You have no idea the quality of the CBT if someone else has done this. Your stratification does not make sense. You are proposing Gender (2)x Type of Abuse (3?) x Parents (2)x CBT (2) = 24 different groups. If you have theoretical reasons to use ANY of these variables for stratification you can keep them, otherwise dump them. The way you have written this (secondary data only) means you have ZERO control, it is non-experimental, you do not do sampling, etc. Better study would be to randomly assign subjects to CBT (but honestly I am wondering if you know this work... ABA is the standard therapy for Autistic kids). Many Autistic kids would be unable to participate in CBT.. Because you do not randomly assign kids to the intervention, someone (like me) could say any findings are completely due to SELECTION BIAS... kids who participated in CBT were different to start with. There is no way for you to prove this is not true. Limitation is not "difficult"

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