QUALE

The quality determined the sensation or perception of a mental experience and allows distinction from other experiences. For example, think of the differences...

QUALITY CIRCLE

A quality circle consists of a group of employees gathered together and tasked with improvement in quality and reduction of costs in performance of...

QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH

Quantitative research uses numeriacl data from observations to come to conclusions.

QUADRIPARESIS

A result of the loss of motor nerve function. A partial paralysis or weakness in all four limbs.

QUALITY OF WORKLIFE (QWL)

An area of research and implementation of policies designed to enhance employee's work motivation, commitment and job satisfaction. Quality of life issues are...

QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH

A form of research where the investigator has no control over the independent variable, but has power over how the dependent variable is measured....

QUANTUM

In physics, a unit of radiant energy. 2. The minimum amount of neurotransmitter released by a neuron at a given time (in...

QUERULENT

Having a quarrelsome, argumentative and suspicious nature. Those who fit this adjective are also seen as being more litigious than average.

QUALITATIVE VERSUS QUANTITATIVE DIFFERENCES

The difference between the type or kind of data (qualitative) versus the amount or rate (quantitative) and which is more effective and reaching a...

QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

An experiment in which participants are assigned to either control groups or experimental groups in a non-random manner.

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