Study Guides (248,403)
Canada (121,536)
York University (10,209)
KINE 3000 (37)

kine3000 practise quiz 1 .pdf

4 Pages
Unlock Document

Kinesiology & Health Science
KINE 3000
Joseph Baker

1/12/14 Test: kine3000 | Quizlet NAME:  ________________________ kine3000 14 Multiple Choice Questions 1. clinging to beliefs such as superstitions a. intuition b. theories c. tenacity d. authority 2. examining your thoughts or feelings a. theories b. hypothesis c. intuition d. introspection 3. participants know they are being observed a. introspection b. intuition c. naturalistic observation d. participant observation 4. -‐‑ provide organized and meaningful framework for ideas -‐‑ not designed to answer all questions but make some contribution to our knowledge a. theories b. hypothesis c. authority d. tenacity 5. 1. description -‐‑ portray accurate picture of phenomenon under study 2. explanation -‐‑ determine why a phenomenon exists and what causes it 3. prediction -‐‑ anticipation of an event before it occurs 4. control -‐‑ manipulate antecedent conditions that determine the occurrence of a given event a. methods of study b. methods of knowing c. theories d. objectives of science 1/4 1/12/14 Test: kine3000 | Quizlet 6. accepting the authority's truth a. intuition b. tenacity c. theories d. authority 7. -‐‑ low administration -‐‑ quick -‐‑ can observe age differences a. cross-‐‑sectional design b. pros of cross-‐‑sectional design c. cons of cross-‐‑sectional design d. pros of longitudinal design 8. change can be observed across ages a. longitudinal design b. pros of longitudinal design c. pros of cross-‐‑sectional design d. cons of longitudinal design 9. cannot observe change a. pros of cross-‐‑sectional design b. cross-‐‑sectional design c. cons of longitudinal design d. cons of cross-‐‑sectional design 10. extent to which results can be attributed to your investigation and not other causes a. internal validity b. external validity c. introspection d. tenacity 11. identify independent (variable that is being manipulated) and dependent variable ( variable that is being affected by IV) a. developing problem b. methods of k
More Less

Related notes for KINE 3000

Log In


Join OneClass

Access over 10 million pages of study
documents for 1.3 million courses.

Sign up

Join to view


By registering, I agree to the Terms and Privacy Policies
Already have an account?
Just a few more details

So we can recommend you notes for your school.

Reset Password

Please enter below the email address you registered with and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Add your courses

Get notes from the top students in your class.