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Chapter 2- Developing Hypothesis

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Chapter 2- Developing Hypothesis PSYC 301

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Aimee Castillon
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Research Methods in Psychology
Dr. Erin Murdoch

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Taken during Dr. Murdoch's Research Methods class last semester
Research Methods in Psychology
Dr. Erin Murdoch
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Date Created: 09/17/15
Organization name acasti7qmuedu PSYC 301 0 Spring 2015 Developing a Research Question 0 first step in research process scientific method used 0 what have we already learned from previous research 0 literature search what hasn t been addressed would a different population respond differently would a different context produce different results Is there an alternative explanation for what the authors are sugges ng 0000 0 current events e Kitty Genovese death 0 everyday occurrences o selfobservation o interactions with others Hypothesis includes independent variable and dependent variable


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