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  • A concern with whether the variation in the independent variable(s) caused or influenced observed variation in the dependent variable(s). Threats to internal validity (e.g., selection effects, history, mortality, etc.) should be identified before making any conclusions. Furthermore, a research study can only be internally valid if it measures what it is intended to measure.

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