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Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology

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PSYC 2001 Chapter 12: CHAPTER 12

Chapter 12: Experiments With More Than One Independent Variable Objectives: Explain Why researchers combine independent variables in a factorial design Describe an interaction effect in both everyday terms and arithmetic t...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter 7: CHAPTER 7

Chapter 7 Sampling: Estimating the Frequency of Behaviours and Beliefs PROBABILITY VS BIASED SAMPLING Probability Sampling Techniques (Representative Sample) Representative of the population of interest Requires lists of...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Inter-Rater Reliability, Heart Rate Variability, Criterion Validity

Chapter 5 Identifying Good Measurement Happiness Example of Conceptual and operational defs: Conceptual: variety of different meanings; subjective well-being Operational: operationalized subjective well-being with self ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Belmont Report, Autonomous Agent, Nuremberg Trials

Chapter 4 Ethics History of ethical violations Tuskegee Syphilis Study and the Milgram Obedience study Core Ethical Principles - Following the Nuremberg trials = formal statements of ethics - 1976: Belmont re...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: External Validity, Internal Validity, Theoretical Definition

CHAPTER 3 3 CLAIMS, 4 VALIDITIES: INTERROGATION TOOLS FOR CONSUMERS OF RESEARCH What are variables? Variables are concepts of interest that vary and form the core of psychological research. There must be 2 levels (or ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter 2: CHAPTER 2 – SOURCES OF INFORMATION

CHAPTER 2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION: WHY RESEARCH IS BEST AND HOW TO FIND IT WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RESEARCH VS. YOUR EXPERIENCE? 1) Experience has no comparison group a comparison group enables us to compare what wou...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter 1: CHAPTER 1 – PSYCHOLOGY IS A WAY OF THINKING

CHAPTER 1 PSYCHOLOGY IS A WAY OF THINKING What is the difference Research Producers Vs. Research Consumers? Producers produce research information. Examples of producers are University professors, lab researchers, studying...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Scatter Plot, External Validity, Effect Size

CHAPTER 8 SUMMARY: BIVARIATE CORRELATIONAL RESEARCH (sub bivariate correlation to BC) 1) Bivariate correlation: or Bivariate association, involves 2 variables. Measure the first variable and then the second. ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Repeated Measures Design, Confounding, Dependent And Independent Variables

Chapter 10 Introduction to Simple Experiments Simple experiments - One independent variable manipulated (at least 2 levels) - One dependent variable measured (response or outcome is because of the indepdn...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Times New Roman, Measuring Instrument, Spaced

Research Methods Exam Lecture 8 APA Formatting Double Spaced No additional returns/enters or other spacing elements Indented Paragraphs 12 point font size Times New Roman font ...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Internal Validity, Quasi, Repeated Measures Design

Friday, December 8, 2017 Research Methods Review Chapter 13 (pg. 381-408) - Quasi-experiment: a study that is similar to an experiment expect that the researcher do no have full experimental control (ex. they may no...

Psychology
PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Publication Bias, Ecological Validity, Scientific Literature

CH. 14 Key Terms: Conceptual replication: A replication study in which researchers examine the same research question (the same conceptual variables) but use different procedures for operationalizing the variables. Cult...

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PSYC 2001
Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Publication Bias, Ecological Validity, Scientific Literature

CH. 14 Key Terms: Conceptual replication: A replication study in which researchers examine the same research question (the same conceptual variables) but use different procedures for operationalizing the variables. Cult...

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