Validity

The extent to which the research or study measures what it set out to measure.
Validity
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An interpretation of the results.
Conclusion
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If results of a study lack validity the conclusion is...
Unjustified
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The validity inside the study.
Internal
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For internal validity you need to ensure these are controlled. (Starts with 'e')
Extraneous variables
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For internal validity you need to ensure these are controlled. (Starts with c)
Confounding variables
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How a study mirrors the real world
Mundane realism
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Participants may not act normally if the task/study is too...
Artificial
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Whether the results can be generalised beyond the research setting.
Generalisability
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Validity concerning the setting
Ecological validity
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Groups of people
Population
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Validity over time
Historial validity
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An interpretation of the results.

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If results of a study lack validity the conclusion is...

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The validity inside the study.

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Card 5

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For internal validity you need to ensure these are controlled. (Starts with 'e')

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