If the results of a study do not align with previous studies, what question should an evaluator ask?
- Are there any experts that disagree with the findings?
- Who paid for the research study?
- Can the study be replicated to verify the findings?
- Did the study have an appropriate sample size?
Explanation: When following the evaluation guidelines, if a study does not produce findings that confirm or align with the results of current studies in the field, the study should be replicated to verify the reliability of the findings.