How Does Quasi-experimental Research Differ From A True, Experimental Design?


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In a quasi experiment, the research is aimed to uncover the causal relationship and the researcher is not able to control all of the variables. It treats a situation as an experiment and the researcher does not manipulate the variables. There are limitations for the researcher. On the other hand a true experimental design increases the creativity of the researcher and also involves the manipulation of the variables. Therefore, because of the limitations of the first approach the second approach is more advantageous.


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