anonymous
  • anonymous
How could you operationally define "sleeping"?
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snowxangel
  • snowxangel
Well operational definition identifies one or more specific, observable events or conditions such that any other researcher can independently measure and/or test for them. Example: A researcher measuring happiness and depression in college students decides to use a ten-question happiness scale to measure positive outlook in her subjects. In other words, her operational definition of happiness in this case is a given subject’s score on the test.
snowxangel
  • snowxangel
So instead of happiness think sleeping
snowxangel
  • snowxangel
Hope this helped!! :)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you! i wrote down: - it is a natural/unconscious state in which the brain may enter rapid eye movement and the body may rest for the next day. -and to also rest the mind and body.
snowxangel
  • snowxangel
Yup that sounds about right! Good Job! And you're welcome! :)

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