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There are three basic research designs when studying behavior; descriptive, correlational, and experimental. Each research design has strengths and weaknesses as they relate to forensic psychology research (Stragnor, 2011).What are the main types of research design?
Types of Research Designs: The research design is a broad framework that describes how the entire research project is carried out. Basically, there can be three types of research designs – exploratory research design, descriptive research design, and experimental (or causal) research design.What are the basic research design issues?
Basic research design issues are primarily a function for the purpose of the study (whether it is exploratory, descriptive, or hypothesis-testing), and relate to such aspects as the type of study to be done (causal or correlational), the setting in which it will be done (natural or contrived), how much researcher control will have to be exercised ( ...