Research Design and Analysis Study Guide
Research Design and Analysis Study Guide py251
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Research Design and Analysis Study Guide 1 Key Terms and Concepts Science Naturalistic observation Alternative explanation Systematic empiricism Laboratory observation Experimental method Publicly verifiable Case Study Independent variable knowledge Survey Method Dependent variable Empirically solvable Sample Control group problems Population Experimental group Pseudoscience Random sample Random assignment Research Correlational Method Hypothesis Basic research Positive relationship Theory Applied research Description Negative Relationship Institutional Review Board (IRB) Prediction Quasi-experimental method Informed consent form Explanation Subject variable Deception Confounding variable Extraneous variable Debriefing Critical Thinking Questions 1. In the Wine Study handed out in class what is the Independent dependent variables? 2. What is the difference between applied and basic research? 3. What is the difference between confounding and extraneous variables? Which is worse for a researcher? 4. What are the different methods of research? 5. What would you expect while reading a journal? Describe the different sections. 6. What are some studies that influenced the need for a standard of Ethics? 7. What is the process of an IRB? 8. Why is an informed consent form important and what is usually on it? 9. What is the difference between at-minimal-risk and at-risk studies? 10. When is it okay to use deception in a study? What would you need to do to deceive a subject ethically? 11. In what kind of studies are informed consent needed? 12. Why are IRBs needed?
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