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Does anyone know what time interval sampling is and how it is carried out?
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Time sampling =“what happens in a pre defined time interval”


Whats the context it is in?
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Time sampling =“what happens in a pre defined time interval”


Whats the context it is in?
A naturalistic observation is carried out to investigate aggressive behaviour in children in the playground.

The question is "your research group decides to use time interval sampling. Explain how this method of sampling behaviour might be established in this context"
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Hmmm.... I think thats like the time intereval would be playtime or lunch time, ie so they don't watch all day, but maybe 10mins of play time, or the first and last 5 minuites of lunch time....

But I'm not totally sure... you tried your text book?
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Hmmm.... I think thats like the time intereval would be playtime or lunch time, ie so they don't watch all day, but maybe 10mins of play time, or the first and last 5 minuites of lunch time....

But I'm not totally sure... you tried your text book?
Yeah I've looked but it doesn't seem to be in there. Thanks anyway
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Yeah I've looked but it doesn't seem to be in there. Thanks anyway

I tried mine too...
but my text book sucks....
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