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5 Matching questions
 Experimentation
 Experimental vs. Control Group
 The Scientific Attitude (3 parts)
 Case study
 Correlation
 a experimental  group affected by experiment test; control  group that is not affected by changed variables
 b examining one individual in depth to extrapolate to all
weakness  atypical individuals > wrong conclusions
strength  suggest directions for further study  c Curiosity, skepticism, and humility
 d exploring cause and effect  manipulate some factors while keeping others constant
 e the measure of a relationship between two variables or sets of data; stronger correlation = closer to 1.00 or 1.00
Note  correlation doesn't assume causation!
5 Multiple choice questions
 computed measure of how much scores vary about the mean (measure of variability)
 structuralism, aimed to discover structures of the mind through introspection
 self/conscious personality & reason/logic
 most frequently occurring value in data set (measure of central tendency)
 independent variable manipulated by experimenter; dependent changes based on independent
5 True/False questions

Median → average (measure of central tendency)

Behaviorism → tool for explaining behavior

Random Sample → Range = highest minus lowest (values in data set) (measure of variability)

Hypothesis → tool for explaining behavior

Theory → tool for explaining behavior