Psychology Lab 5
Psychology Lab 5 PSY 103
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Danielle Colestock on Wednesday February 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 103 at Eastern Michigan University taught by Arielle Duinkerken in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Psychology Lab in Psychlogy at Eastern Michigan University.
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Date Created: 02/17/16
Danielle Colestock PSY 103 February 17, 2016 Lab 5 Homework Assignment 1. What are the dependent and independent variables? Hint: there are two independent variables. a. Independent Variables: Transmission of Aggression b. Dependent Variables: Aggressive Models 2. Describe the sample, specifically addressing: a. Who was included in the sample? i. The study was taken from 36 boys and girls that were at Stanford University Nursery School. b. How did the sample increase experimental control? i. The sample increases experimental control due to the control group only being tested with general situations. c. What is one possible confound related to the sample of participants? i. The different temperaments of the subjects can mess with the results of this test. 3. Did this study use an independent measures design or a repeated measures design? What features of the method allowed you to determine this? a. This study uses an independent measures design. The feature that allowed me to determine this is when they said the control group would only be exposed to general situations. Danielle Colestock PSY 103 February 17, 2016 4. Identify two variables in the Discussion sections that the authors suggest as potential confounds in the study. a. Variable 1: Discrimination b. Variable 2: Intimidation 5. Identify two or more additional variables not mentioned by the author that you think might have been confounds in the study.
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