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    Hey, I've got an exam soon and I've been learning studies for it as i need a quantitative and qualitative one to compare.

    I thought Little Albert was qualitative as the results aren't numerical but I've just read on a hand out from class that its quantitative, is this wrong or can anyone explain how a case study has quantitative findings?
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    I definitely thought it was qualitative too because all the findings are about how he was conditioned to fear a previously unfeared stimulus? I don't think there was any percentages or other numerical data with the study?

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