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Class Notes for PSYC 2001 at Carleton University (page 11)

Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology

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PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hypothermia, Queen'S Privy Council For Canada, Nuremberg Code

PSYC 2001 Lecture Five and Six *Definition of psychology from the APA website Lecture Five How do researchers choose their measures? - Area of interest/ expertise - Type of problem to be addressed (basic vs ap...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Lecroix
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Falsifiability, Prior Probability, Big Bang

PSYC 2001 Week 1 Lecture 1 & 2 Guy_lacroix@carleton.ca Phone: 613-520-2600 ext. 1541 (not too good) Office hours: Mondays 4pm-530pm or by appointment at LOEB A311 Binomial distribution – heads and tails game Regression ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Lecroix
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Naturalistic Observation, World Values Survey, Psychobiography

Research Methods oct 9Surveys and Observational ResearchAsking People About Themselves Survey ResearchWhy Conduct SurveysA methodology for asking people to tell about themselvesProvides useful information for making public...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Erinn Squires
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Face Validity, Content Validity, Discriminant

Research Methods oct 7Measurement ConceptsConceptual variable to operationalizationSelfreportsPhysiologicalObservationalScales of Measurement4 levels 2 types of variablesCategoricalNominalQuantitativeOrdinalIntervalRatioCa...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Erinn Squires
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Likert Scale, Shoe Size

CHAPTER 5MEASUREMENT CONCEPTSSELFREPORT MEASURESTypically questionnaires or scalesAnswer on a continuum anchored by polar opposites eg Likert scaleStrongly agree to strongly disagreeRELIABILITY OF MEASURESConsistency or st...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Erinn Squires
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - American Psychological Association, Ethical Decision, Queen'S Privy Council For Canada

Research Methods Ch 4Ethical GuidelinesResearch with HumansStanley Milgrims Obediance experimentClassic study on obedience of authorityInspired by the HolocaustParticipants gave shocks to a man answering questions if he go...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Erinn Squires
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Naturalistic Observation, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Professional Ethics

Research Methods 5Ethics Guidelines ContinuedAdditional considerationsResearch commitmentsImplied contract with the participantsPunctuality be on time with researchSummary of results dont wait to send results of studyCompe...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Erinn Squires
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Ethical Decision, Speed Dating, Queen'S Privy Council For Canada

Research Methods Ch 4Ethical GuidelinesResearch with HumansStanley Milgrims Obediance experimentClassic study on obedience of authorityInspired by the HolocaustParticipants gave shocks to a man answering questions if he go...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Erinn Squires
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Availability Heuristic, Pseudoscience

Research Methods in PsychologySources of Information ch 2Methods for acquiring knowledgeaExperienceOur own experiences and those of our friendsfamily are powerful sources f informationBut experience has no comparison group...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Erinn Squires
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Falsifiability, Empiricism, Psych

Research Methods in PsychologyPsychology is a way of thinkingPsychology research is a way of thinking and askinganswering questions about human behaviour Think of it as not just a thing but a way of thinkingPseudoscience i...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deepthi Kamawar
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Operationalization, Empiricism

Lecture #1  01/28/2014 Authority: Someone tells us that a statement is true Reason: Using thought and logic to decide that something...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Guy Lacroix
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Standard Deviation, Operationalization, Empiricism

Lecture #1  01/21/2014 Authority: Someone tells us that a statement is true Reason: Using thought and logic to decide that something...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Gerald Buchanan
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Smart People, Analysis Of Covariance, Analysis Of Variance

Factorial research designs Factorial research design - An experimental research design that involves two or more independent variables (factors) - With more than 4, it becomes harder to interpret th...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Guy Lacroix
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Kazuo Ishiguro, Cubic Function, Central Tendency

The Uncanny Valley MacDorman et al. (2009) MacDorman and Ishiguro (2006) Theories of Eeriness - Evolutionary heuristics for avoiding danger and disease, or selecting good mat...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Guy Lacroix
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Visual Agnosia, Oliver Sacks, Facial Recognition System

Descriptive research Descriptive research - What is descriptive research? - Case studies • Sacks (1985); Gauthier, Behrmann, and Tarr (1999) - Archival research • Frank and Gil...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Guy Lacroix

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