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**Question: Your clinical practice focuses on couple
counseling. You decide to measure the extent to which years of
marriage predict perceptions of forgiveness. Which factor is the
criterion variable in your research?**

Answer #1

The factor which is the criterion variable in our research is
the **perceptions of
forgiveness****. [ANSWER]**

*Explanation*:

The criterion variable (or the dependent variable) is the variable in a study which is predicted from some other variable(s) (independent variables).

Here, we want to measure how years of marriage "predict" perceptions of forgiveness. Thus, we want to observe the effects of the number of years of marriage on the perceptions of forgiveness. Thus, years of marriage is our independent variable and perceptions of forgiveness is our dependent or criterion variable.

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