#1. primary source - is a firsthand report of observations or research results written by the individual's who actually conducted the research and made the observations #2. secondary source - is a...
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Research Methods Chapter 2.5
#1. Characteristics of a Good Hypothesis - Logical Testable Refutable Positive #2. testable hypothesis - all variables, events, and individuals can be defined and observed #3. refutable hypothesi...
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Research Methods Chapter 5
#1. Population - the entire set of individuals of interest to a researcher. although the entire population usually does not participate in a research study, the results from the study are general...
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#1. between subject experimental design (independent measures experimental design) - requires a separate, independent group of individuals for each treatment condition #2. individual differences...
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Research Methods chapter 1
#1. methods of acquiring knowledge - are ways in which a person can know things or discover answers to questions #2. Method of Tenacity - information is accepted as true because it has always been b...
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Research Methods Chapter 6
#1. Assignment Bias History Environmental Variables Regression to the Mean Maturation Instrumentation Testing Effects - Threats to Internal Validity #2. Descriptive Research Strategy - a gener...
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Research Methods Chapter 4
#1. Research ethics - concerns the responsibilities of researchers to be honest and respectful to all individuals who are affected by their research studies or their reports of the studies' resul...
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research methods chapter 13
#1. the descriptive research strategy - involves measuring a variable or set of variables as they exist naturally. #2. observational research design - the research observes and systematically record...
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#1. Experimental Research Strategy - to establish the existence of a cause-and-effect relationship between 2 variables. #2. When/ in participants are being manipulated manipulations are su...
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research methods chapter 12
#1. the correlational research strategy - two or more variables are measured to obtain a set of scores for each individual. examined to identify any patterns of relationship that exist between th...
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Pych 335 chp-3
#1. Variable #2. Levles #3. Constant #4. Measured Variable #5. Manipulated Variable #6. Conceptual Variable #7. Construct #8. Conceptual Definitions #9. Operational Definiti...
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#1. within-subjects experimental design OR repeated-measures experimental design - compares two or more different treatment conditions by observing or measuring the same group of individuals in al...
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#1. degree to which the research strategy limits confounding and controls threats to internal validity - distinction between nonexperimental and quasi-experimental research design #2. nonexperiment...
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research methods chapter 11
#1. factor - is an independent variable in an experiment, especially those that include two or more independent variables. #2. factorial design - is a research design that includes two or more fac...
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