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Research Methods in Psychology

PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Random Assignment
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PSYC 201 Dr.Lindsay Lecture 19: Factorial Designs  2x2 between subjects allows you to examine the differences between the four conditions and the differences that they each hold o Can characteri...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Confounding, Internal Validity
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PSYC 201 Lecture 18: Counterbalancing and Factorial Designs Part I • Logic of experimental theory is ideally seeing the difference between the conditions • Allow a lot of random conditions, even induce it, for the ...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Statistical Conclusion Validity, Type I And Type Ii Errors, Random Assignment
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PSYC 201 Research Psychology Lecture 17 Statistical Conclusion Validity • The extent to which data provide evidence of a cause-effect relationship as opposed to a fluke of random assignment • Largely a mat...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Confidence Interval, Standard Error, Sampling Distribution
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find more resources at oneclass.com PSYC 201 Lecture 14 Standard Error of the Mean - All you can do in research is sampling; using statistics to infer the information collected - Repeating sampling will ...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Confidence Interval, Standard Deviation, Type I And Type Ii Errors
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Psych 201 Lecture 8: Inferential Statistics  Statistics used when trying to make an understanding of the population of study o i.e. Studying human eyes, all humans are applicable but sample size will b...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Central Tendency, Raw Score, Multimodal Distribution
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PSYC 201 Lecture 6: Statistics Statistical Measures of Central Tendency: Describing the Average score  Indicator of average of all numbers  Median: middlemost score in a set of scores o If even...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Availability Heuristic, Free Recall, Psych
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Psych 201- Lecture 4 Testing Effect  Remember better what you are actually tested on rather than revising lectures o What you do in the first test is similar to the final o Practicing te...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Confirmation Bias
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PSYC 201 – Skepticism Finding results that are specific to a certain subject and how it pertains to the situation. Skepticism - Question what you already know and challenging - Certain beliefs should b...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture 3: Chapter 2 psych 201

Monday, January 25, 2016 Chapter 2 Describe why experience usually has no comparison group and usually has confounds. Comparison Group enables us to compare what would happen with or without the thing we are interested in ...

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PSYC 201
Steve Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Data Science, Psych, Harry Harlow

Saturday, January 23, 2016 Psych 201-Chapter one notes Articulate how the roles of consumers and producers of psychological research are similar and how they differ. • Why the producer role is important? ...

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PSYC 201
Steve Lindsay
PSYC 201 – NOVEMBER 20TH.docx

PSYC 201 – NOVEMBER 20 , 2013 TH 2.c 3. a Look at the marginal means:  Unequal means  Main effect present  Equal means  No main effect  Non parallel lines  Interaction present  Parallel lines...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
PSYC 201 Lecture Notes - Time Series, Psych, Factorial Experiment

Bar Graph: Main effect – with variable one, add both and divide by two to get the mean and compare to other variable. Interaction – analogy for non-parallelism Quiz 1. B (There can be no main effect of A and B but there ...

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PSYC 201
Stephen Lindsay
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