question

(redirected from Research question)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Research question: Research design

question

 [kwes´chun]
an utterance about something unknown, seeking knowledge or other response.
research question an interrogative phrase focused on what is to be described by a given research project and what relationships may be established.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Research Question 1 includes two steps of DSRM, identification of the problems and definition of solution and maps with relevance cycle.
In this issue, Klaus and Steinwedel (2015) as well as Nash (2015) used research questions to frame the specific purposes of their studies.
The following research questions that comprise the present study were investigated through a secondary analysis of current population data.
The clinical research question being asked ideally determines the best research design for a study.
However you do it, producing a good, focused research question takes some time and reading through the literature.
The aim of this study was to identify purposes of research and specific research questions that seem most critical to mental health counseling with youth.
First, we highlight relevant research regarding expectations in order to frame our research questions. Next, we present a study designed to test our research questions.
Clinicians have been instrumental in posing clinical research questions, determining logistics of data collection, and collecting and collating data.
Likewise, using designs and statistical analyses in a project that do not appropriately fit the research question at hand will still yield results that you can try to publish; but again, I wouldn't recommend it.
Research Question 1 is an important initial step to addressing a CPA firm's ability to perform privacy services.
There are several aspects to this research question, answers to which will help publishers, librarians, authors, and readers design the best electronic journals for current and future scholars.

Full browser ?