Research Methods Multiple Choice

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Question 1

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Participant subjects are generally discussed in which section of the APA formatted paper
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  • introduction
  • results
  • discussion
  • method

Question 2

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Each participant has an equal chance of receiving each level of the IV.
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  • random selection
  • random assignment
  • experimental manipulation
  • experimental validity

Question 3

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What is a construct?
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  • testable statements/ predictions
  • an organized set of principles
  • complex and abstract variable that is not directly observable
  • characteristic that can take on different observable values

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[blank_start]beneficence[blank_end] is a concept in research ethics which states that researchers should have the welfare of the research participant as a goal of any clinical trial or other research study
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  • beneficence

Question 5

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If all students in a given class claim their midterm is unfair they are concerned with which type of validity
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  • internal
  • construct
  • external
  • content

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What is the relationship between validity and reliability?
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  • measurement scale must be somewhat reliable in order to be valid
  • they are completely unrelated

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A [blank_start]t-test[blank_end] assesses whether the means of two groups are statistically different from one another
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  • t-test

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An [blank_start]ANOVA[blank_end] assesses whether the means of several groups are all equal to or different from each other
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  • ANOVA

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What are the three categories of research design?
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  • experimental
  • quasi experimental
  • non experimental

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[blank_start]Random factors[blank_end] are a sample of a larger population of levels
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  • Random factors

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[blank_start]MANOVA[blank_end] is used when there is more than one response variable
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  • MANOVA

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[blank_start]Fixed factors[blank_end] are chosen for their specific level/type.
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  • Fixed factors

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[blank_start]Effect size[blank_end] measures the strength of the phenomenon
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  • Effect size

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[blank_start]Random factors[blank_end] have many levels of a particular thing such as faces or accidents.
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  • Random factors

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[blank_start]Operationalization[blank_end] is the idea that you want to define your variables in specific testable terms and clarify exactly what you mean by a behavior.
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  • Operationalization

Question 16

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3 qualities of a good hypothesis:
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  • testable
  • falsifiable
  • succient: to the point and simple
  • multidirectional

Question 17

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A true experiment always uses
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  • random assignment
  • manipulation
  • control
  • a good hypothesis

Question 18

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One of the problems with [blank_start]quasi experiments[blank_end] is that they have a high chance of the third variable problem that the groups they are comparing are fundamentally different in some way.
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  • quasi experiments

Question 19

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[blank_start]Ex post facto[blank_end] design compares two or more groups on a variable of interest, but those groups vary in some important way.
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  • Ex post facto
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