# What Do We Seek To Determine In Correlational Study

Question

1. The two variables in a correlational study are called the

a. Predictor and predicted.

b. Predictor and criterion.

c. Independent and dependent.

d. Relator and relatist.

2. In a correlational study, we seek to determine

a. If the IV causes an outcome in the DV.

b. Which variable is the cause and which variable is the effect.

c. The direction of causation.

d. How well one variable predicts another variable.

Summary

These two questions belong to Statistics. The 1st question discusses about two variables in a correlational study. The 2nd question discusses about what we seek to determine using correlational study.

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