5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- response bias
- Four methods for obtaining interviews
- interobserver reliability
- Archival Records
- a the degree to which two or more independent observers agree
- b sort stimuli into discrete categories. i.e "brown eyed person or blue eyed person"
- c mail surveys, personal interviews, telephone interviews, and internet surveys
- d systematic difference in people willing to respond to a survey
- e 2 kinds:
1. Running: records for sports teams, facebook and twitter entries
2. Specific Episodes: Marrige liscense, birth certificates, college degrees.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- can be generally defined as any objective coding
- the cues in a situation that participants are looking for to try and figure out what the study is about.
- can be affected by the experience of being observed can be affected by biases but biasis can be minimized by training observers or keeping them blind to participants information and also getting participants habituated to being observed
- arises when records are incomplete or missing researchers must take this into account. i.e some people dont have photos from their divorce era or their "fat years"
- Refers to researchers choosing time intervals for making observations either sytematically or randomly
5 True/False Questions
external validity → people know what they are being asked about. This can lead to subject bias though
Non probability sample 2 → all people in the population have an equal chace through random selection
convieninece sampling → every element has an equal chance of being included in the sample
Null Hypothesis → The hypothesis that states there is no difference between two or more sets of data. Stating opposite of what you expect to find
Ratio → can be affected by the experience of being observed can be affected by biases but biasis can be minimized by training observers or keeping them blind to participants information and also getting participants habituated to being observed