5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Time sampling (food example)
- Type I error
- longitudinal design
- Criterion validity
- a Is a false positive your data says their is something going on in the populations that isnt
- b specify the difference between stimuli on a given dimension.
- c observing people eat for a 10 minute period
- d A research design in which investigators observe one group of subjects repeatedly over a period of time.
- e We want to see that our data is related to actual experience and actual validity
5 Multiple choice questions
- measured by "d"are important because they help determine if an effect is meaningful, they make it possible to compare data across studies, they are necessary in power studies to detect a particular effect
- the set of all cases of interest. i.e if you are looking for student behavior at smu the population is all the smu students
- super long term cross sectional design that used used to trace differences in the population over time when given the same survey
- very wide and flat distribution, normal is normal
- audio or video records of behavior
5 True/False questions
negative correlation → as the value of one measure increases the value of another decreases
Four methods for obtaining interviews → mail surveys, personal interviews, telephone interviews, and internet surveys
Structured observation → examining behavior while it occurs (2 kinds with intervention and without intervention)
Reliability → Occurs when people react to the fact that they are being observed.
convergent validity → Extent to which scores obtained from one procedure are positively correlated with scores obtained from another procedure that is already accepted