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General Tips
Read all the questions carefully
Relate all the answers to the stimulus material
Use the size of the response box and number
of marks as a guide as to how much to write
Answer all the questions
You will have three questions (four possible
topics: - Experiments, Self-report,
Observation & Correlation.
One hour = 20 minutes per question…read more

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Experiments
Hypothesis
IV & DV
One and two tailed
Null Hypothesis
Lab Experiment
Field Experiment
Quasi (Natural Experiment)…read more

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Experimental Design
Allocation of participants to experimental
conditions
Independent Measures Design
Repeated Measures Design
Matched Pairs Design…read more

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Self-Report - Questionnaires
Written form of self-report
Open Questions ­ Qualitative data
Close Questions ­ Quantitative data
Likert Scale (Agree, Disagree etc)
Pilot study
+ Ethical, quick and convenient, reliable
- Demand characteristics, Social Desirability,
Low postal response rate…read more

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Self-Report-Interviews
Oral self-report
Usually open questions
+ Develop rapport (relationship with
interviewee), can explain questions
- Time consuming, demand characteristics,
social desirability, interviewer bias.…read more

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Observations
Naturalistic Observation
Overt
Covert
Participant
Structured
Unstructured
Inter-rater reliability
Time Sampling
Event Sampling…read more

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