please review the attached articles and answer the following questions avoiding plagiarism and good grammar.

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Instructions: Review the methodology section focusing on research design, sampling strategy, measurement strategy and data collection methods, and EBP synthesis from the following articles. Based on your review, answer questions 1-10 from Sections 1, II & III. Find answers to these questions before you begin the assessment. Once you are ready, access the quiz and type or copy-paste answers in one attempt. There is no word limit for each answer. However, be sure to include key areas to get full credit. Each question is worth 5 points (Total: 10 questions x 5=50 points)

Qualitative Article: Temple, J., Miller, M. M., Banford Witting, A., & Kim, A. B. (2017). "We walk on eggshells": A phenomenological inquiry of wives' experiences of living with active-duty marine husbands with PTSD. Journal of Family Social Work, 20(2), 162. doi:10.1080/10522158.2017.1279579

Quantitative Article: McLean, S. A., Wertheim, E. H., Masters, J., & Paxton, S. J. (2017). A pilot evaluation of a social media literacy intervention to reduce risk factors for eating disorders. The International Journal of Eating Disorders, 50(7), 847-851. doi:10.1002/eat.22708 [doi]

Systematic Review Article. Collese, T. S., Nascimento-Ferreira, M. V., de Moraes, Augusto Cesar Ferreira, Rendo-Urteaga, T., Bel-Serrat, S., Moreno, L. A., & Carvalho, H. B. (2017). Role of fruits and vegetables in adolescent cardiovascular health: A systematic review. Nutrition Reviews, 75(5), 11. doi:10.1093/nutrit/nux006

Section 1. Review the article, "A pilot evaluation of a social media literacy intervention to reduce risk factors for eating disorders.” Based on your review, answer the following questions.

  1. What was the study design? Did the study design reflect the purpose of the study?
  2. Did the researchers discuss the sampling method? What was the sampling method? Was the sampling method appropriate for the design chosen?
  3. Did the researchers conduct a power analysis? Why do researchers conduct power analysis in quantitative research studies? What is the ideal power value?
  4. Review the validity and reliability of measurement methods/tools used. Discuss if the instruments/method were reliable and valid!
  5. Review the threat to “trustworthiness” in qualitative studies from module 7, Grove, Gray & Burns: Chapter 12 (pgs 391-395) and YouTube video on Trustworthiness in Qualitative Analysis. Review the method, analysis and discussion section of the article. Discuss if the researchers have reported the "trustworthiness" for qualitative studies. What are your comments?

Section II. Review the methodology and design section from the article entitled, “We walk on eggshells”: A phenomenological inquiry of wives’ experiences of living with active duty Marine husbands with PTSD. Based on your review, answer the following questions.

  1. Did the researchers discuss the sampling method? What was the sampling method? Was the sampling method appropriate for the research approach/design chosen? Explain.
  2. What data collection method did the researcher choose for the study? Did the researcher maintain ethics during participant selection and for data collection? Describe.

Section III. Read this systematic review article titled, "Role of fruits and vegetables in adolescent cardiovascular health: a systematic review” and answer the following questions.

  1. How many reviewers examined the articles? Were there any discrepancies? If so, how were they solved? Did the categories evaluated by the reviewers match with the purpose of review?
  2. How did the reviewers ensure the quality of the articles retrieved in synthesizing the evidence? What were the potential biases reported?
  3. Based on the evidence synthesis, what were the conclusions drawn by the reviewers? Did the authors’ conclusion and recommendation of systematic review correlate with the results and discussion details presented? Explain.

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SECTION 1

Question One
The article employed the use of a quasi-experimental pre-to post-test design. Yes, the
design reflected the study purpose by depicting how it directly analyzes the content of the article,
which by comparing the intervention and the control measures of the research problem.
Question Two
Yes, it is right to affirm that the researchers adopted a sampling method. The active type is
the probability sampling since there is no population order in the adopted selection. The process
of grouping the adolescent girls employs the randomization approach, and each person had an
equal selection chance. The adopted probability sample method best suits the individual under
consideration and a fair chance of being selected for the trials.
Question Three
Yes, the researchers conducted a power analysis before performing the real data analysis.
The conduction of the power analysis to reduce costs; ideally, dealing with larger sample size is
more costly than dealing with a smaller one. At the lowest significance level of 0.05, the
researchers tend to conduct a power analysis for them to use the smallest sample size, which is
suitable for determining the effect of a test. The ideal and rec...


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