Core Studies - Samples

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  • Created on: 04-04-13 18:20

1. Which is the correct sample for Baron-Cohen's study?

  • 3 groups of participants: 16 autistic (Asperger), 13 male, 3 female; 50 normal, 25 male, 25 female; 10 Tourette’s patients, 8 male, 2 female
  • 3 groups of participants: 15 autistic (Asperger), 12 male, 3 female; 30 normal, 15 male, 15 female; 10 Tourette’s patients, 5 male, 5 female
  • 3 groups of participants: 17 autistic (Asperger), 9 male, 8 female; 50 normal, 30 male, 20 female; 11 Tourette’s patients, 8 male, 3female
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2. Which is the correct sample for Freud's study?

  • Little Hans from Vienna in Austria. 3-5years
  • Little Hans from Devon in the UK. 3-5 years
  • Little Hans from Florida in the USA. 2-6years

3. Which is the correct sample for Samuel and Bryant's study?

  • 252 boys and girls 5 - 8.5 years old from around Crediton, Devon
  • 200 boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 10 years old from around Crediton, Devon
  • 250 boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 8 years old from around Crediton, Devon

4. Which is the correct sample for Thigpen and Cleckley's study?

  • A 25-year-old married woman given the name ‘Eve White’.
  • A 30-year-old married woman given the name ‘Eve White’.
  • A 26-year-old woman given the name ‘Eve White’.

5. Which is the correct sample for Milgram's study?

  • 500 males 20-30 years from the New Haven area from low paying jobs
  • 40 males 20-50 years from the New Haven area whose jobs ranged from unskilled to professional
  • 50 males 18-40 years from the New Haven area from professional jobs.

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James Ellis

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If i recall correctly the Psuedopatients weren't the participants in Rosenhan, they acted as observers noting the behavior of the doctors and nurses within the hospitals. So the sample was the staff not the psudopatients. Other than that good quiz

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