Casey et al

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What was the initial sample size?
562
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What type of data was collected?
Quantitative
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What was Casey testing?
Delay of gratification
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What type of study was Casey's study?
Longitudinal
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Why was the study very expensive?
The cost of the FMRI scans
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What must the participants had to have taken part in to take part in the Casey study?
The Marshmallow test
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At the age of four what nursery had the participants attended previously?
Stanford's Bing Nursery School
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What was a reliability problem with the first experiment?
There were too many extraneous variables
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Why was a happy face used as a hot cue?
Every sees a happy face as positive
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In experiment 1 how many low delayers were there?
27
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What was seen as a cold cue?
Neutral faces
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Did the participants give consent?
Yes
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How long did each face appear for?
500 milliseconds
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Who raised the most false alarms?
Low-delayers
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Was the sample?
Mixed sex
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How many males took part in the experiment?
28
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What was the task completed on?
Laptop
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Was the independent variable naturally occurring in experiment one?
Yes
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In experiment 2 how many low-delayers were there?
11
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How correct were low-delayers?
99.5%
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