Research Methods

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Clues

  • A hypothesis that states that results are not due to chance and that they are significant in terms of supporting the idea being investigated. (8, 10)
  • A precise, testable statement or prediction about the expected outcome of an investigation (10)
  • Alternating the order at which participants perform in different conditions of an experiment. (16)
  • Divides target population into groups. There are people in sample from each group in same proportions as population. (10, 8)
  • Everyone in the entire target population has an equal chance of being selected (6, 8)
  • Keeping a tally chart of each time a type of behaviour occurs. (5, 8)
  • Material for an experiment is presented in a random order. (13)
  • One tailed hypothesis (11)
  • Participants volunteer themselves. (4, 8, 6)
  • When all values are arranged in order - the middle value. (6)

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