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UTSGPSY309H1John KloppenbordFall

PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Confounding, Internal Validity, Dependent And Independent Variables

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2 Aug 2012
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Confounding variable a variable that varies along with the independent variable and therefore not controlled. Confounding occurs when the effects of th
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UTSGPSY309H1John KloppenbordFall

PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Scatter Plot, Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient, Concurrent Validity

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2 Aug 2012
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Five basic research strategies: experimental, non-experimental, quasi-experimental, correlational, and descriptive. The correlational strategy does not
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UTSGPSY309H1John KloppenbordFall

PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Confounding, Experiment, Random Assignment

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2 Aug 2012
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Five basic research strategies: experimental, non-experimental, quasi-experimental, correlational, and descriptive. A researcher can often devise a res
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UTSGPSY309H1John KloppenbordFall

PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Repeated Measures Design, Regression Analysis, Measuring Instrument

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2 Aug 2012
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The defining characteristic of a between-subjects experiment is that it requires separate but equivalent groups of participants for the different treat
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UTSGPSY309H1John KloppenbordFall

PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Technisches Hilfswerk, Pharmacology, Lexisnexis

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2 Aug 2012
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Hypothesis makes a statement about something that may be true; a tentative idea/question. Prediction makes a statement concerning what will occur in a
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UTSGPSY309H1John KloppenbordFall

PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Inter-Rater Reliability, Naturalistic Observation, Research On The Effects Of Violence In Mass Media

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2 Aug 2012
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Five basic research strategies: experimental, non-experimental, quasi-experimental, correlational, and descriptive: descriptive research typically invo
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UTSGPSY309H1John KloppenbordFall

PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Naturalistic Observation, Participant Observation, Content Analysis

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2 Aug 2012
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Observational methods can be classified either as quantitative or qualitative. Qualitative research focuses on people behaving in natural settings and
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UTSGPSY309H1John KloppenbordFall

PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Belmont Report, Milgram Experiment, American Psychological Association

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2 Aug 2012
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Defined the principles and applications that have guided more detailed regulations and the apa ethics code. Three basic ethical principles: beneficence
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UTSGPSY309H1John KloppenbordFall

PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Confounding, Complement Factor B

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2 Aug 2012
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In most research situations, the goal is to examine the relationship between two variables by isolating those variables within the research study. The
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PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pseudoscience, Falsifiability, Empiricism

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2 Aug 2012
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The limitations of intuition and authority: problem with intuition is that many biases affect our perceptions. Authority: rejects the notion that one c
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PSY309H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Professional Code Of Quebec, Institutional Animal Care And Use Committee, American Psychological Association

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2 Aug 2012
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The intentional presentation of misinformation about a study to its participants. The most common form of active deception is misleading participants a
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