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Class Notes for PSYC 2001 at Carleton University (page 2)

Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology

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PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Statistical Inference, Statistical Significance, Dependent And Independent Variables

LECTURE F10 =>Issues that impact correlations *Restriction of range is generally because of how we decide to measure a particular thing; The measure chosen typically does not get the desired outcome specifically missing va...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Statistical Inference, Statistical Significance, Analysis Of Variance

LECTURE F10 =>Issues that impact correlations *Restriction of range is generally because of how we decide to measure a particular thing; The measure chosen typically does not get the desired outcome specifically missing va...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Standard Deviation, Causal Inference, Internal Validity

Construct validity: how well was each variable measured? Statistical validity: how well does the data support the conclusion? Internal validity: can we make a causal inference from an association? External validity: to who...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Kim O' Neil
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Inter-Rater Reliability, Level Of Measurement, Operationalization

CHAPTER 5: Identifying Good Measurement Construct validity: how well a studys variables are measured or manipulated. Operationalization: the process of turning a concept of interest into a measur...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Convenience Sampling, Sampling Bias, Multistage Sampling

CHAPTER 7: Sampling Generalizability: The extent to which results of a study can be generalized to a larger population of interest. Do the students who rated the prof on this website adequately represent a...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Convenience Sampling, Sampling Bias, Quota Sampling

CHAPTER 7: Sampling Generalizability: The extent to which results of a study can be generalized to a larger population of interest. Do the students who rated the prof on this website adequately represent a...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Harry Harlow, Sukha, Empiricism

CHAPTER 1: Research Producers & Researcher Consumers Research Producers Research producers are (scientists, professors, psyc students) who do research studies & publish their results. Ex: study brain anatomy, o...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Likert Scale, Semantic Differential, Construct Validity

CHAPTER 6: Surveys and Observations Surveys & polls are methods to ask people questions on the phone, personal interviews, or online. Survey: when people are asked about a consumer product. ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Theoretical Definition, Brown Hair, Shy People

CHAPTER 3: Interrogation Tools for Consumers of Research Variables Variable: anything that can vary. (i.e. age, gender, body weight, memory, attention) Variables must have at least two levels/values. E...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Theoretical Definition, Shy People, Brown Hair

CHAPTER 3: Interrogation Tools for Consumers of Research Variables Variable: anything that can vary. (i.e. age, gender, body weight, memory, attention) Variables must have at least two levels/values. E...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Belmont Report, Syphilis, Penicillin

CHAPTER 4: Ethical Guidelines for Psychology Research Historical Examples: The Tuskegee Syphilis Study Black men infected with syphilis. It interfered with their work. The available treatment was risky ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Belmont Report, Syphilis, Penicillin

CHAPTER 4: Ethical Guidelines for Psychology Research Historical Examples: The Tuskegee Syphilis Study Black men infected with syphilis. It interfered with their work. The available treatment was risky ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Belmont Report, Syphilis, Penicillin

CHAPTER 4: Ethical Guidelines for Psychology Research Historical Examples: The Tuskegee Syphilis Study Black men infected with syphilis. It interfered with their work. The available treatment was risky ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Yellow Fever, Falsifiability, Consumer Reports

CHAPTER 2: Why Research Is Best and How to Find It Three sources of evidence for peoples beliefs: Experience, Intuition, Authority 1. Experience We base our beliefs on our own experiences. ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk
PSYC 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Harry Harlow, Sukha, Empiricism

CHAPTER 1: Research Producers & Researcher Consumers Research Producers Research producers are (scientists, professors, psyc students) who do research studies & publish their results. Ex: study brain anatomy, o...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Cheryl Harasymchuk

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