that causes the behavior being studied.
That may be influenced by the experimental treatment.
Whose effect is being studied.
that is directly manipulated by the investigator.
thoughts, feelings, and perceptions
behavior and mental processes
Observable responses to the environment
conscious and unconscious mental activity
randomly selecting participants.
studying observable behaviors.
Manipulating factors of interest
all the above.
intelligence and academic success.
education and personal wealth.
Self-esteem and depression
Body height and body weight
People process, store, and retrieve information.
Behavior is influenced by environmental conditions
People seek to understand their own unconscious motives
thoughts and feelings are influenced by brain chemistry.
The number of people included in the sample is determined by chance.
every member in the group has an equal chance of being included.
Personality differences among research participants are practically nonexistent.
All the above are true.
An illusion of control.
the false consensus effect.
the hindsight bias