A Research Instrument is a tool used to collect, measure, and analyze data related to your research interests. These tools are most commonly used in health sciences, social sciences, and education to assess patients, clients, students, teachers, staff, etc. A research instrument can include interviews, tests, surveys, or checklists.
The Research Instrument is usually determined by researcher and is tied to the study methodology. This document offers some examples of research instruments and study methods.

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