PSY 3304 // Lecture 2 // Week 1 // Chapter 1
PSY 3304 // Lecture 2 // Week 1 // Chapter 1 PSY 3304
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Date Created: 10/06/16
07 -September-2016 1) Observation behavior - Raters scored should be similar 2) Correlation studies - Whether there is a relationship between two or more behaviors - Correlation coefficient can be determined with +1 or -1 - Example: permissive parenting leads to problem behavior in children - Limitation: we don’t know the causation 3) Experimental relationship - Advantage: causation can be found - Affection increases as grades increase (which is a positive correlation) - Affection decreases as grades increase (which is a negative correlation) 4) Different types of correlation studies - Self-report methods o Questionnaire self-administered method - Survey method o Advantage Very economical o Disadvantages Large volume of information at a short-time of period Accuracy Participants will answer only a few questions most of the time No consistency as well - Interview method consists of order of questions o This depends on the answering one question and moving on to next As they are related to each other - Clinical interview o Useful for gathering large information of a territorial area o Disadvantages Lacks structure Very expensive - Natural setting o Observation method is used Example is a playground, classroom o With a scheme to record actions o Coding scheme o Time sampling Observing patients at continuous interval of 5 minutes for 12 times on a typical day Disadvantage Expensive Labor intensive Analyzing data
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