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9th Edition

Frederick J Gravetter + 2 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337098120

Chapter 1.3, Problem 2LC

Textbook Problem

A research study comparing alcohol use for college students in the United States and Canada reports that more Canadian students drink but American students drink more (Kuo, Adlaf, Lee. Gliksman, Demers, & Wechsler. 2002).What research design did this study use?

**a.**Correlational**b.**Experimental**c.**Nonexperimental**d.**Noncorrelational

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