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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Archival Data
  2. Experimental Disadvantages
  3. Ethics
  4. Demand Characteristics
  5. Physiological Measures
  1. a ex. blood pressure, brain waves, and so on
  2. b one problem with the experimental method - cue in the environment/experiment that elicits a certain response
    ex. punching bag in a hott room when looking for aggression
  3. c 5. how much can we learn in 1 to 2 weeks?
    6. limited by what we can do to someone
    ex. rape study
  4. d ex. looking at police records
  5. e one problem with the experimental method - IRB's go over every study to make sure we are not violating participants rights

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. consistency of the measure
    1. consistency between items (internal consistency)
    2. consistency between rates (inter-rater reliability)
    3. consistency over time (test-retest reliability)
  2. when the correlation is neutral, meaning its a 0, then there is no correlation
  3. one problem with the experimental method - when an experimenter behaves in a way to elicit a response
    ex. comforting someone
    solution = double-blind study
  4. clinical psychologist - Eysnecks Hierchial Theory:
    Psychoticism (cold, aggressive, anti-social)
    Extraversion (seeks the company of others) vs. introversion (avoids others)
    Neuroticism (worried, anxious) vs. emotional stability
  5. IV (variable x) - what the researcher manipulates (makes a difference between groups)

5 True/False questions

  1. Correlational Methodstatistical approach that measures the relationship between two variables - not manipulating anything - represented by "r" (correlation coefficient)

          

  2. Changethe amount of a trait which is different, either increased or decreased (degree rather than kind)

          

  3. Internal Validityone problem with the experimental method - the extent to which we can generate our findings to the real world - experiments are low on this

          

  4. Continuitydoes a measure asses what its intended to measure?

          

  5. Taxonomieshow many traits do we study?
    ex. the Big 5

          

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