Research methods and experiments.

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  • Created on: 16-10-17 19:39
Environment
Can change how you see others
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Lab experiments
Are cheap, quick, and you can control everything
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An experiment
The controlled test of an hypothesis
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Have to randomly allocate subjects
Has the potential to mess with the results if not
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Research methods
Observation, witnesses, questionsire, survey, biological tests, experiments, interviews, lab experiments.
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Peer review is
the assessment of scientific work by others who are specialists in the same field to ensure that any research intended for publications is of high quality
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Laboratories can
Lack ecoglocial validity
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Aims of peer review are
To allocate funding, to test the quality and relevance of research, to suggest ammendments and improvements.
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