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5 Matching questions

  1. Voluntary Participation
  2. Experimenter Effect
  3. Confidentiality
  4. Quantative data
  5. Independent Variables
  1. a -Have the right to refuse to participate
    -No pressures placed or deception in the process of getting people to participate.
  2. b The data Researchers aim for when using data to express conclusions or theories.
  3. c Refers to the outcome of an experiment being unintentionally influenced by the experimenter.
  4. d A variable the is deliberately manipulated, and planned before the experiment begins, two contrasting types of these variables are needed to make an impact.
  5. e -Participant cannot be identified.
    -Privacy agreement must be discussed before experiment.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -must be protected
    -Pain must be minimised
    -Must be well cared for
  2. -Participants have the right to withdraw themselves or their resulted data at any point in or after the experiment
  3. -must give information about the study, before they take part.
    - For those who are young/intellectually disabled, they must have permission from guardian.
  4. opinions, emotional states, something that is subjective, cannot be directly measured.
  5. A quantity or quality that can be different at different times or different places, such of these can include, age, gender,IQ and income, but the list is endless.

5 True/False questions

  1. Naturalistic observationObservation of Voluntary behaviours in a controlled environment such as a lab.


  2. Dependent VariablesA variable that depends on the Independent Variable, and a property that is measured in research.


  3. SurveyQuestion and Answer Response (Likert Scalars)


  4. Controlled observationObservation of Voluntary behaviours in a controlled environment such as a lab.


  5. Deception in ResearchRefers to the effect of the behaviour of the participants being influenced by the expectations they have of the experiment, unintentionally creating a new variable.