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PSY 3304 // Lecture 2 // Week 1 // Chapter 1

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PSY 3304 // Lecture 2 // Week 1 // Chapter 1 PSY 3304

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Continuing chapter 1 notes
Foundation of social and personality development
Dr. Taylor
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social, and, personality, development, Psychology
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Upasana Raja on Thursday October 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 3304 at Temple University taught by Dr. Taylor in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Foundation of social and personality development in Psychology at Temple University.

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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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