Variables in Research A Critical Study
अनुसंधान में चर एक समीक्षात्मक अध्ययन
Keywords:Variables in Research, Empirical Study of Related Factors, Psychological Study
Variables have an important place in any type of research. In the research process, after the formulation of the hypothesis, the factors related to the related problem are empirically studied. For research, it is necessary to clearly understand the antecedent factors, subsequent factors, and the nature of external factors related to the problem so that the research can be done in a scientific manner. In simple words, a variable as is clear from the name is one whose value keeps on changing.
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