Psychology Non-experimental Methods

A type of observation where participant's behaviour is recorded in their own environment.
Naturalistic
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A type of observation where conditions are controlled by a researcher.
Controlled
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A set of questions in a highly structured written form.
Questionnaire
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A spoken questionnaire where the researcher records responses
Interview
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A research method involving studying 1 person or a small group of people.
Case Study
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A type of correlation where both variables increase or decrease at the same time.
Positive
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A type of correlation where 1 variable increases and the other decreases (or vice versa).
Negative
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A type of observation where conditions are controlled by a researcher.

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A set of questions in a highly structured written form.

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A spoken questionnaire where the researcher records responses

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A research method involving studying 1 person or a small group of people.

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