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Chapter 1 - 5.docx

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Chapter 3 Notes

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Psychological harm y most direct ethical concern is that the research will cause harm. Types of threats y past research has posed severe threats to the
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Chapter 1 Notes

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Chapter 1 introduction to research y purpose of behavioural research is to increase our understanding of behaviour and to provide methods for improving
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PSYC 2360 Chapter Notes -Statistical Conclusion Validity, Null Hypothesis, Internal Validity

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Construct validity - measuring thing you think you are measuring. Statistical conclusion validity - whether or not you are rejecting null hypothesis an
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PSYC 2360 Chapter Notes -Statistical Conclusion Validity, Blind Experiment, Internal Validity

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Occurs when extent that the experimenter is able to eliminate the effects on the dependent variable other than the effects of the independent variable:
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PSYC 2360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Classical Conditioning, Falsifiability

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Review and discussion questions chapter 2: one way researchers get ideas for their experiments is through existing theories. This method is called the
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Chapter 2 Notes

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Getting ideas y many behavioural research scientists develop their research programs around their concerns with human problems. Using existing research
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Review and Discussion Questions - Chapter 3.docx

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Some experiments can uncover elements of an individual"s personality, for example, that isn"t exactly pleasant or a trait someone would like to think t
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Review and Discussion Questions - Chapter 1.docx

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Review and discussion questions (chapter 1: behavioural research is the study of human behaviour so we can better understand how people think, feel, pe
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