Psychology Research Methods & Experiments

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Hypotheses
Experimental, directional, non-directional
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Operationalisation
Clearly defining variables in terms of how they can be measured
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Main aims of peer review
Allocate research funding, validate quality of research and suggest improvements
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Issues with peer review
Take advantage of anon, publication bias and burying ground breaking research
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Falsifiable
The capacity for the hypothesis to be proven wrong, you can show it’s not true by experiment
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Peer review
Someone in the same field as you ensures that your research is of high quality
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Objectivity
Absense of bias
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Subjective
Influenced by bias
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Empiricism
Knowledge from sensory experience
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PORCHE
Predictable, Objective, Replicible, Control
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Clearly defining variables in terms of how they can be measured

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Operationalisation

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Allocate research funding, validate quality of research and suggest improvements

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Take advantage of anon, publication bias and burying ground breaking research

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The capacity for the hypothesis to be proven wrong, you can show it’s not true by experiment

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