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UC-IRVINESOCECOL 10Joanne ZingerWinter

[SOCECOL 10] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 160 pages long Study Guide!

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Naturalistic observation: simply watch the phenomenon and get a general idea of what is involved in the process. (e. g. ) people-watching. Passive betw
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UC-IRVINESOCECOL 10Joanne ZingerWinter

SOCECOL 10 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Confounding, Naturalistic Observation, Deductive Reasoning

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Chapter 2 questions: integrate these three important aspects of science: (1) idea, (2) experience, and (3) reorganization. When engaging in critical th
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UC-IRVINESOCECOL 10Joanne ZingerWinter

SOCECOL 10 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Operational Definition, Relate, Apa Style

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Discuss the idea that science is a shared activity. It is important to share scientific findings to all people of a population, not just to scientists.
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UC-IRVINESOCECOL 10Joanne ZingerWinter

SOCECOL 10 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Statistical Inference, Standard Deviation, Variance

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Compare and contrast the different scales of measurement. Men or women (difference are of kind )- identity. Telephone numbers, numbers on uniforms, bra
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UC-IRVINESOCECOL 10Joanne ZingerWinter

SOCECOL 10 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Inductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning, Construct Validity

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Scientists play with their thoughts to gain new perspectives. Testing our hypothesis about reality requires operational definitions. Defines events in
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UC-IRVINESOCECOL 10Joanne ZingerWinter

SOCECOL 10 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Content Analysis

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State what types of data will be collected and specify the particular hypotheses to be explored (making sure to define what your variables are. Depress
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UC-IRVINESOCECOL 10Joanne ZingerWinter

[SOCECOL 10] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (74 pages long)

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Naturalistic observation: simply watch the phenomenon and get a general idea of what is involved in the process. (e. g. ) people-watching. Passive betw
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