Flow Revision Game

A student will have the "start" card and will read the definition on it, someone else will have the key term that matches that definition, then they will read their definition and so on....

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START Design where participants only take part
in one level of the IV.
Independent measures Design where participants take part in all
design the levels of the IV.
Repeated measures Design where participants only take part
design in one level of the IV but are matched on
relevant variables.
Matchedpairs design An experiment conducted in a
manipulated environment with a
manipulated IV.
Lab experiment An experiment with a manipulated IV and
a natural environment.
Field experiment An experiment with a naturally occurring
IV in either a natural OR a manipulated
environment.
Quasiexperiment The variable that the researcher is
changing.
Independent variable The variable that the researcher is
measuring.
Dependent variable Factors other than the IV that could
affect the results.
Extraneous variable Environmental factors surrounding the
participants that could affect the results.
Situational variable Individual differences between the
participants that could affect their
results.
Participant variables A condition with no IV, the comparison
group.
Control A set of printed or written questions with
a choice of answers.

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Questionnaire A scale used to represent people's
attitudes to a topic.
Likert scales A question designed to encourage a full,
meaningful answer using the subject's
own knowledge and/or feelings.
Open questions A question which encourages a short or
singleword answer.
Closed questions An interview which is presented with
exactly the same questions in the same
order.
Structured interview An interview which is lead by the
participant with very few prearranged
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Structured observation An observation where observers do not
have a set list of behaviours that they are
looking for.
Unstructured observation Data collected at every occurrence of a
behaviour.
Event sampling Data recorded at a set time e.g. every 30
seconds.
Time sampling A piece of research conducted on one
participant.
Case study A sample where the participants come to
the researcher or volunteer for the
research.
Selfselected sampling A sample where the researcher uses
people who are readily available.…read more

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Interrater reliability Refers to whether a scale or test
measures the construct adequately.
Construct validity Refers to the consistency of a research
study or measuring test.
Reliability Refers to the extent to which a measure
varies from one use to another.
External reliability Refers to the extent to which a measure
is consistent within itself.
Internal reliability The total group of individuals from which
the sample might be drawn.…read more

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