Quality studies in the quantitative realm are peer reviewed, which means they ha
Quality studies in the quantitative realm are peer reviewed, which means they have been evaluated for validity and reliability. You can also find quality, empirically reviewed studies, by searching the references of peer reviewed articles that are relevant and using those until there is no more new information to be found (Randolph, 2009). D’Urso et al. (2021) describes how many researchers use the CARS strategy to evaluate sources, which includes credibility, accuracy, reasonableness and support. Each source must meet the initial quality standards and the research and supporting literature must align with the dissertation topic. In order to select high quality quantitative empirical articles, you need to identify the intent of the research, the most recent and relevant articles, ensure the articles include all the components of the dissertation, make sure it is lengthy enough to include all the necessary information and the articles should be published in an academic, scholarly journal (D’Urso et al., 2021). D'Urso, P., Jonston, E., McClendon, C. (2021). Critical appraisal of quantitative and qualitative literature. In Grand Canyon University. (Ed.), GCU doctoral research: Foundational principles of research design. Randolph, J. (2009). Practical assessment, research, and evaluation. Retrieved September 25, 2021, from

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