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5 Matching questions

  1. Naturalistic observation
  2. Placebo Effect
  3. Informed Consent
  4. Withdrawal Rights
  5. Dependent Variables
  1. a Observation of Voluntary behaviours in the subjects natural environment.
  2. b -Participants have the right to withdraw themselves or their resulted data at any point in or after the experiment
  3. c -must give information about the study, before they take part.
    - For those who are young/intellectually disabled, they must have permission from guardian.
  4. d A variable that depends on the Independent Variable, and a property that is measured in research.
  5. e Refers to the effect of the behaviour of the participants being influenced by the expectations they have of the experiment, unintentionally creating a new variable.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Question and Answer Response (Likert Scalars)
  2. The data Researchers aim for when using data to express conclusions or theories.
  3. Refers to the outcome of an experiment being unintentionally influenced by the experimenter.
  4. -must be protected
    -Pain must be minimised
    -Must be well cared for
  5. opinions, emotional states, something that is subjective, cannot be directly measured.

5 True/False questions

  1. Controlled observationObservation of Voluntary behaviours in the subjects natural environment.

          

  2. Research with humans-must be protected
    -Pain must be minimised
    -Must be well cared for

          

  3. Quantative dataopinions, emotional states, something that is subjective, cannot be directly measured.

          

  4. Debriefing-Participants are told results/conclusions made from study.
    -erroneous beliefs about study are corrected (ie deception involved)
    -Participants are informed of mental health programs if they feel they have suffered or need it after the experiment.

          

  5. Independent VariablesA variable the is deliberately manipulated, and planned before the experiment begins, two contrasting types of these variables are needed to make an impact.