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by: Sarah Paranich

Psychology2601–Week2.pdf PSY 2601

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Foundations of Health Psychology
Dr. Mattingly

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These notes cover what was discussed during week two of classes. Dates 1/18/2016 - 1/22/2016
Foundations of Health Psychology
Dr. Mattingly
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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Paranich on Thursday January 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 2601 at Temple University taught by Dr. Mattingly in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 44 views. For similar materials see Foundations of Health Psychology in Psychlogy at Temple University.


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Date Created: 01/28/16
Psych 2601 Week 2 Research Design 0 Experimentation Determines cause and effect Variabes are manipulated changed to observe the effect on other variabes Variabes isare kept constant do not change 0 Independent Variables Variable that is manipulated changed Ex post factoQuasiexperimentation Natural experiment 0 Dependent Variables Variable that is measured 0 Experimental Condition Participants who are exposed to the independent variable 0 Control Condition Participants who are not exposed to the independent variable 0 Random assignment to conditions 0 Confound Clinical Trial 0 Placebo Inactive medicine or procedure prescribed because of the belief in its efficacy Single blind study Clinician knows what you39re receiving Double blind study No one knows what group you are in Placebo effect Classical conditioning Nocebo effect Research Design 0 Internal validity The degree to which differences in the DV are due to the differences in the IV 0 Single Blind Study 0 Double Blind Study 0 External validity The degree to which ndings can be appliedgeneralized to other setting andor samples Experimental realism The extent to which the experimental procedures are involving to the participants and lead them to behave naturally Cover story Mundane realism Extent to which the experimental situation resembles the real world Field experiment Research Design 0 CrossSectional Data Collection Cohort effect 0 Longitudinal Data Collection Attrition Drop out Practice effect Research Ethics 0 Informed consent Ethics of placebos Guarantee patients39 con dentiality Fully debrief everything Explain deceptiion


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