The factor measured at the end of the experiment
The control for selection bias.
The factor that is manipulated.
Information obtained using interviews or questionnaires.
Internal body temperature
Hunger and thirst
Research methods that yield descriptions of behaviour rather than causal explanations.
A research method used to establish the relationship between two characteristics, events, or behaviours.
A method whereby researchers use interviews to gather information about the attitudes, beliefs, experiences, or behaviours of a group of people.
Conductions theory and place theory
Hair-cell theory and frequency theory
Place theory and frequency theory
Conduction theory and hair-cell theory