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Class Notes for PSY 290A at University of Arizona (U OF A)

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PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Epiphenomenon, Scientific Law, Causal Structure

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U OF APSY 290ADana NarterFall

PSY 290A Lecture 37: PSY 290A - Chapte12Notes

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11 Dec 2016
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PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Construct Validity, Demand Characteristics, Random Assignment

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11 Dec 2016
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U OF APSY 290ADana NarterFall

PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Semantic Differential, Construct Validity, Likert Scale

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11 Dec 2016
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Open-ended questions - a survey question format that allows respondents to answer any way they like. Forced-choice format - a survey question format in
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U OF APSY 290ASarah CookSummer

PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Review Article, Beck Depression Inventory, American Psychological Association

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29 Jun 2017
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Most students tend to see themselves as being consumers of research (rather than producers of research). For the first half of lesson 1, you will learn
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U OF APSY 290ADana NarterFall

PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Demand Characteristics, Internal Validity, Observer-Expectancy Effect

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11 Dec 2016
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The really bad experiment (aka the one-group pretest/posttest design) Six potential internal validity threats in one-group, pretest/posttest designs. I
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U OF APSY 290ADana NarterFall

PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Longitudinal Study, Construct Validity, Covariance

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11 Dec 2016
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How to establish temporal precedence with longitudinal designs - a study in which the same variables are measured in the same people at different point
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U OF APSY 290ADana NarterFall

PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Causal Inference, Categorical Variable, Scatter Plot

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11 Dec 2016
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Correlational studies can include both quantitative and categorical variables (but they are graphed differently) If the correlation is 0, it might be c
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U OF APSY 290ADana NarterFall

PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Simple Random Sample, Multistage Sampling, Convenience Sampling

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11 Dec 2016
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Population - a larger group from which a sample is drawn; the group to which a study"s conclusions are intended to be applied. Sample - the group of pe
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U OF APSY 290ADana NarterFall

PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 87: Demand Characteristics, Internal Validity, Random Assignment

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11 Dec 2016
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Nonequivalent control group design (pretest/posttest: can be repeated-measures. Nonequivalent groups interrupted time-series design: design and results
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U OF APSY 290ASarah CookSummer

PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Simple Random Sample, Quota Sampling, Snowball Sampling

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29 Jun 2017
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PSY 290A Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Engineering Doctorate, Mozzarella, Spurious Relationship

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29 Jun 2017
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Discussion post: identify a correlation between two variables that you have noticed. (use example from lesson 8 interactive lesson) clearly identify th
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