RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

A type of experiment with a high level of control
laboratory
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This type of non-experimental method compares 2 variables
correlation
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This type of non-experimental research method produces qualitative data
casestudies
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Lab experiments have a low level of what
ecologicalvalidity
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A type of experiment with high ecological validity
field
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what is the main difficulty with field experiments
control
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who conducted the disobediant nurse study
hofling
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In an experiment what is manipulated
independantvariable
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How many values of the IV are there
two
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An experiment will have at least how many conditions
two
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In an experiment what is the effected
dependant variable
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In the acroynm RIM what does the M stand for
matchedpairdesign
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In the acroynm RIM what does the I stand for
independantmeasuresdesign
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In the acroynm RIM what does R stand for
repeatedmeasuredesign
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With relation to order effects what is being described. PPs try and make sense of the situation they find themselves in and adjust their behaviour accordingly
demandcharacteristics
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With relation to order effects what is being described. Deterioration of performance across conditions as PPs become tired or bored
fatigueeffect
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With relation to order effects what is being described. Improvement across conditions through familiarity of the task or enviroment
practiceeffect
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In order to combat order effects which acroynm describes the solution of counterbalancing
abba
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