Experimental Exam 2

32 Questions  I  By Jgarguilo90
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1.  Match each statement with the correct type of validity:
A. The extent to which your variable seems to include relevant questions that measure what you are interested in
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B. The extent to which your variable includes questions that probe all parts of a concept
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C. The extent to which your variable predicts performance in ways that relate meaningfully to the concept being studied
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D. The extent to which your variable scores covary with a criterion behavior observed at the same time
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E. The extent to which your variable scores are similar to scores on another measure of the construct
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F. The extent to which your variable scores are not related to other measures that are theoretically different
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G. The extent to which the operational definition of a variable reflects the true theoretical meaning of the variable
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H. The extent to which you are able to draw causal conclusions from your data; whether or not the outcome is due to your manipulation of the IV
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I. The extent to which you are able to generalize your results to other populations and settings
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J. The extent to which your conclusions are correct
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2.  When increases in one variable relates to decreases in another variable they have a __________ __________ Relationship.
3.  When increases in one variable relates to increases in another they have a __________ __________ Relationship.
4.  When increases in one variable relates to both increases and decreases in another they have a __________ Relationship
5.  The hypothesis that your IV does NOT influence your DV is called the Alternative Hypothesis.
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6.  A precise description of what will be measured or manipulated is the __________ __________ of a variable.
7.  The two kinds of variation in subjects that can influence reliability are: __________ variation= people behave differently at different times __________ variation= people bahave differently from other people
8.  Match the statements with the correct terms
A. the consistency of and experiment, measurement, or observation over time
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B. the extent to which a study can be repeated with similar results
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C. the factual accuracy of an experiment, measurement, or observation; the extent to which it measures what you mean to measure
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9.  Check all the statements that are true of Independent Variables (IV)
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10.  The Confirmation Bias is when during observation, an experimenter intentionally only pays attention to behaviors that support their hypothesis in order to yeild desired results
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11.  Ways to increase reliability:
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12.  All of the individuals of interest to the researcher is called the __________
13.  I am doing a poll on the political attitudes of American women.  What kind of sample must I use?
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14.  A controlled observation designed to discover the antecedent conditions necessary for an event to occur is a(n) __________
15.  I am interested in looking at the relationship between caffeine intake and memory. I split my subjects into three groups (no caffeine (decaffeinated), moderate caffeine, and high caffeine) and compare recall scores after coffee intake. This is an example of a
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16.  Pitfalls of Within-Subjects Design:
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17.  In order to use Complete Counterbalancing in and experiment with 5 conditions, I must have ___ total orders of my stimuli
18.  __________ __________ __________, a type of partial counterbalancing, controls for where in a series an item is presented (1st, 2nd, 3rd,...)
19.  I am interested in looking at the effect of feedback on test scores.  I have 90 students who all take the same test on the same day in the same room.  30 of them are mailed their corrected tests (paper feedback), 30 are given correct answers during a meeting in which the receive their corrected tests (personal feedback), and 30 are mailed their tests with incorrect answers indicated, but not corrected (no feedback).  They then return two weeks later and take another test that is the same as the origional with altered wording so that the answers are not identical.  Their scores were then compared to see how much they improved from time one and to assess the effect of the feedback. IV: __________ DV: __________ __________ Design: __________
20.  Potential IV that is held constant so it does not confound is a(n) __________ __________
21.  When a second, uncontrolled variable covaries with your IV and could cause a change in the DV, this is call a(n) __________
22.  I am intersested in exploring the differences in the way men and women perform of spatial tasks.  To do this, I must use a(n):
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23.  Match the appropriate scale of measurement with each example
A. Identifying gender (Male/Female)
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B. Putting subjects in height order
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C. Temperature
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D. Number of words recalled on a recall test
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24.  The Belmont Report identifies 3 principles essential to the ethical conduct of research with humans which are:
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25.  Please Identify the STRONGEST correlation.
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26.  A correlational relationship that may lead a researcher to believe two variables are not related when, in reality, they are strongly related is a _________ _________.
27.  I am doing a study in which the participants recieve $10 to sit in a room and watch an hour long movie and then fill out a survey.  If a participant reads and signs informed consent, starts the study, and then decides not to complete it, they do not get the $10.
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28.  What can plotting correlational data tell you which inferential statistics can not?
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29.  Number of murders and icecream sales have a correlation of +.78, this tells us that murderers like to eat lots of icecream while they murder.
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30.  ABA and AAA designs are used to counterbalance between-subjects designs.
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31.  When is it important to use ABA or AAA designs?
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32.  I am conducting research with children.  One of the kids does not want to participate, but their parent signed informed consent.
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