Psychology - Approaches (Part 7)

a technique used in observational studies. Observations are only made during specified time periods.
Time Sampling
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research where an independent variable is manipulated to observe its effects on a dependent variable and so determine a cause and effect relationship.
True Experiment
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an observational study where the participants have not been informed that it is taking place.
Undisclosed Observation
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a concept concerned with the extent to which a research instrument measures what it sets out to measure.
Validity
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things that vary or change
Variables
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research where an independent variable is manipulated to observe its effects on a dependent variable and so determine a cause and effect relationship.

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True Experiment

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an observational study where the participants have not been informed that it is taking place.

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a concept concerned with the extent to which a research instrument measures what it sets out to measure.

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Card 5

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things that vary or change

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