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What are 3 types of experiments?
Lab (High Control, Low EV) , Field (High EV, Low Control), Natural (High EV, Can't draw casual conclusions)
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What are the 3 experimental designs?
Independant (1 pt - 1 condition), Repeated (1 pt - both conditions), Matched Pairs (2 groups - matched to be similar)
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Name 4 Variables
Independant, Dependant, Extraneous, Participant
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What are 3 aspects of control?
Standardisation (Making the test the same for all pts), Random Allocation (putting pts in groups randomly), Pilot Study (practice test)
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What are 2 self report methods and whats so bad about them?
Questionnaires, Surveys & Lying and getting the surveys back
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What is a type of observational study?
Naturalistic Observation
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What is a case study?
A detailed study of an individual, institution or event
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Describe all 3 sampling methods
Opportunity (if they fit the criteria & are avaliable), Random (everyone has equal chance of taking part), Volunteer (e.g. adverts in the paper)
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