[PSYC 3301] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to kno..
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School
Kennesaw State University
Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 3301
Professor
Lauren Taglialatela
Semester
Spring

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[PSYC 3301] Comprehensive Final Exam guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Dependent Groups Designs & the Paired Samples T-Test Dependent Groups Designs - Within Groups - Matched Pairs Repeated Measures (Within Groups & Within Subjects) Pros - Exactly the same participants in all treatment groups - Reduces error variance by holding individual difference/characteristics constant across all treatment groups - Fewer participants needed Cons - Order effects - Repeated testing - History - Maturation - normal human development makes changes - Experimental mortality - attrition - deals with people dropping out of the study in a systematic way - We can minimize these with H.E.R.B - Hold constant - eliminate - random assignment - balance across groups Matched Pairs (Matched Subjects & Matched Groups) - An approximation of the repeated measures design - Two separate samples, but each individual in one sample is matched one-to-one with an individual in the other sample - Matched on one or more variables that are considered especially important for the experiment - Makes groups nearly equivalent Pros - Reduces error variance Cons - Pretesting - demand characteristic - repeated testing find more resources at oneclass.com
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