1). How would you measure both “general knowledge” and “judgment” (what are your operational definitions of these)?2). Given what you said in 1). above, why not simply give the participants the identical (same) test that they used for the pretest as your posttest?

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1). How would you measure both “general knowledge” and “judgment” (what are your operational definitions of these)?
2). Given what you said in 1). above, why not simply give the participants the identical (same) test that they used for the pretest as your posttest?

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The “general knowledge” and “judgement” of the participants can be measured by a series of tests given to them which consist of questions regarding some basic true facts which has ever happened and also some ...

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