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Observation
לטגן
לבשל
לאפות
מחבת
To fry
To cook
To bake
Frying pan
לטגן
To fry
לבשל
To cook
8 terms
observation
infant
toddler
Preschool
Preschool
0-18months
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3-5years
3-5years
infant
0-18months
toddler
...
28 terms
Observation
When observing a pose, where is the fi…
Name three things to keep in mind whil…
Give a written instruction for placeme…
What is the most optimal way to set up…
The foundation.
1. Foundation... 2. Joint alignment... 3. Engagement
Index knuckle grounded... align wrist with the front of the mat…
In parallel rows ... facing the front of the room... staggered, if…
When observing a pose, where is the fi…
The foundation.
Name three things to keep in mind whil…
1. Foundation... 2. Joint alignment... 3. Engagement
12 terms
Observation
Observation
Conscious
Subconscious
Recall
As an actor you have to be aware of how other people feel, mo…
Actions in which you are aware of seeing and doing
Actions and re-actions that you are not aware of at first, no…
Remembering past events or objects to shape how you re-create…
Observation
As an actor you have to be aware of how other people feel, mo…
Conscious
Actions in which you are aware of seeing and doing
12 terms
Observation
observe
investigation
Compare
hand lens
to use all five senses to collect information
is a procedure carried out to carefully observe, study, or te…
finding ways objects and events are similar and different
a magnifying glass that can be held by your hand
observe
to use all five senses to collect information
investigation
is a procedure carried out to carefully observe, study, or te…
6 terms
observation
observation
inference
mass
weight
look closely
inferring something
the amount of stuff in a object
how heavy it is
observation
look closely
inference
inferring something
12 terms
Observation
Observation
Opinion
Inference
Quantitative Data
a fact
a personal feeling
an attempt to explain a fact
factual data that deals with numbers or number words
Observation
a fact
Opinion
a personal feeling
74 terms
Observation
amastia
cervical dysplasia
colpoptosis
episiostenosis
absence of breast
bad formation of cervical cells
drooping of vagina
narrowing of vulvar opening
amastia
absence of breast
cervical dysplasia
bad formation of cervical cells
28 terms
Observation
When observing a pose, where is the fi…
Name three things to keep in mind whil…
Give a written instruction for placeme…
What is the most optimal way to set up…
The foundation.
1. Foundation... 2. Joint alignment... 3. Engagement
Index knuckle grounded... align wrist with the front of the mat…
In parallel rows ... facing the front of the room... staggered, if…
When observing a pose, where is the fi…
The foundation.
Name three things to keep in mind whil…
1. Foundation... 2. Joint alignment... 3. Engagement
7 terms
observation
using methods of Observation
what can a observational method provide?
what is a major benefit of observation?
Observer Roles
it is useful in eval that look at learning, performance, prof…
it can observe people in their "normal" functioning condition…
it allows the observer to use all senses... (vision, hearing, etc)
Full Participation observer... Partial Observer... Nonparticipant O…
using methods of Observation
it is useful in eval that look at learning, performance, prof…
what can a observational method provide?
it can observe people in their "normal" functioning condition…
19 terms
Observation
What is event sampling used for ?
What does the ABC stand for in event s…
What do you observe in event sampling?
How frequent should you use event samp…
To study the conditions under which particular behaviors occu…
A= antecedent even... B= behavior... C= consequence
What triggers a particular behavior and find ways to control…
When ever the event occurs.
What is event sampling used for ?
To study the conditions under which particular behaviors occu…
What does the ABC stand for in event s…
A= antecedent even... B= behavior... C= consequence
10 terms
observation
observation
non-participant observation
participant observation
covert observation
Is a research method used by sociologists who believe that th…
When the researcher is completely separate from what is being…
When the researcher joins the group and participates in their…
A secret observation, where the group under study are unaware…
observation
Is a research method used by sociologists who believe that th…
non-participant observation
When the researcher is completely separate from what is being…
8 terms
Observation
Observation
Assessment
Planning
Narrative
Write down what the child does
What can the child do linked to they EYFS
Plan the children's activity to further plan there learning t…
A written statement on what the child is doing
Observation
Write down what the child does
Assessment
What can the child do linked to they EYFS
8 terms
Observation
Observation
Qualitative observation
Quantitative observation
Hypothisis
Using your 5 senses
An observation using only letters
An observatin using only numbers
A possible explanation to an answer to a questiom
Observation
Using your 5 senses
Qualitative observation
An observation using only letters
27 terms
Observation
Social Psychologist Methods
Social context
Natural Observation
Rosenhan's Study
Historical research, surveys, natural observation, field/lab…
The primary thing social psychologists are interested in is h…
Research technique used by social psychologists where they wa…
Being sane in insane places. Natural observation. Pseudopatie…
Social Psychologist Methods
Historical research, surveys, natural observation, field/lab…
Social context
The primary thing social psychologists are interested in is h…
Observation
Eyewitness-
Fact-
Forensic-
Logical-
A person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement or assertion of information that can be verified
Relating to the application of scientific knowledge to legal…
Conclusion drawn from assumptions and know facts
Eyewitness-
A person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
Fact-
A statement or assertion of information that can be verified
27 terms
Observation
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38 terms
Observation
human observation
when human observation is most appropr…
simpsons example
four aspects of human observation
researchers simply observe others' behaviors and take notes
actual behaviors helps gain insight into those behaviors... atti…
example of human observation with children and tv
type of situation... knowledge of observer presence... level of obs…
human observation
researchers simply observe others' behaviors and take notes
when human observation is most appropr…
actual behaviors helps gain insight into those behaviors... atti…
13 terms
Observation
Observation
Participant
Non-Participant
Overt
can also be part of other methods like interviews and experim…
researcher has a role within the group that is in the activit…
researcher avoids direct involvement with the research group
researcher explains research intentions with the group, so su…
Observation
can also be part of other methods like interviews and experim…
Participant
researcher has a role within the group that is in the activit…
10 terms
Observation
Paul Willis
Non participant overt observation
Participant over observation
Covert participant observation
Q covert, non participant observation, then followed up with…
Q not undercover and have full consent, don't take part in ac…
Q not undercover and have full consent, but takes part in act…
Q undercover, possibly gain post hoc consent, takes part in a…
Paul Willis
Q covert, non participant observation, then followed up with…
Non participant overt observation
Q not undercover and have full consent, don't take part in ac…
63 terms
Observation
endocardium
epicardium
myocardium
pericardium
tissue lining inside of the heart
tissue lining outside of heart
heart muscle tissue
tissue around heart
endocardium
tissue lining inside of the heart
epicardium
tissue lining outside of heart
24 terms
Observation
Structured
ADVANTAGES of structured
DISADVANTAGES of structured
Unstructured
Have a predetermined procedure for recording behaviours seen…
-Agreed between observers; more reliable... -Easier to record da…
-Simple definitions of behaviour; lacks depth and detail ... -Ne…
Involves researchers writing down what they see (QUAL DATA)
Structured
Have a predetermined procedure for recording behaviours seen…
ADVANTAGES of structured
-Agreed between observers; more reliable... -Easier to record da…
9 terms
Observation
Testimonial Evidence
Physical Evidence
Problems with Physical Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
-also called direct evidence... -open ended questions get better…
-also called real evidence ... -any tangible objects... -is much mo…
-not always permanent... -needs to be processed
-implies an event without proving it... -the more circumstantial…
Testimonial Evidence
-also called direct evidence... -open ended questions get better…
Physical Evidence
-also called real evidence ... -any tangible objects... -is much mo…
20 terms
observation
physical change
chemical change
reactant
product
a change that alters the form or appearance of a material but…
A change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
A substance that enters into a chemical reaction.
A substance formed as a result of a chemical reaction.
physical change
a change that alters the form or appearance of a material but…
chemical change
A change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
139 terms
Observation
Observations areas 1-12
Observation of Shen / Spirit - Complex…
Observation of Shen / Spirit - Eyes
Observation of Shen / Spirit - State o…
1. Spiri... 2. Body... 3. Demeanor... 4. Head and Face... 5. Eyes... 6. Nose…
Has Luster... No luster, dull
Have luster and brightness ... Dull and clouded
Alert and Clear... Dull and Depressed
Observations areas 1-12
1. Spiri... 2. Body... 3. Demeanor... 4. Head and Face... 5. Eyes... 6. Nose…
Observation of Shen / Spirit - Complex…
Has Luster... No luster, dull
26 terms
observation
observation
inference
experimental hypothesis
null hypothesis
the act of noticing and describing events or processes in a c…
logical interpretation based on what scientists already know
scientific explanation for a set of observations that can be…
type of hypothesis used in statistics that proposes that no s…
observation
the act of noticing and describing events or processes in a c…
inference
logical interpretation based on what scientists already know
9 terms
Observation
Confidentiality
Interpretation of observation
Developmental checklist
Finding causes and looking for solutions
Keep private
...
...
...
Confidentiality
Keep private
Interpretation of observation
...
12 terms
Observation
controlled and naturalistic
Participant and non-participant
Disclosed and undisclosed
Direct and Indirect
Naturalistic: observation studied in natural environment... cont…
non-participant: observers is merely watching the behavior of…
Disclosed: (overt) participants know that they are being obse…
Direct: studies which are watching and recording behavior fir…
controlled and naturalistic
Naturalistic: observation studied in natural environment... cont…
Participant and non-participant
non-participant: observers is merely watching the behavior of…
10 terms
Observation
Naturalistic
Controlled
Participant
Non-participant
Observation in a natural setting
Observation in an artificial and controlled environment
Where the observer is involved with the group of participants
Where the observer remains external to the participants
Naturalistic
Observation in a natural setting
Controlled
Observation in an artificial and controlled environment
19 terms
Observation
Observation
Non-participant observation
Participant observation
Overt observation
The action or process of closely observing or monitoring some…
The researcher observes the group or event without taking par…
The researcher actually takes part in the event or the everyd…
The researcher makes their true identity and purpose known to…
Observation
The action or process of closely observing or monitoring some…
Non-participant observation
The researcher observes the group or event without taking par…
14 terms
Observation
Overt observation
Covert observation
Participant observation
Non-participant observation
•naturalistic + controlled... •participants are AWARE they are b…
•naturalistic + controller ... •participants totally UNAWARE the…
•observer becomes a part of the group their studying.
•observes behaviour of others and remains desperate from part…
Overt observation
•naturalistic + controlled... •participants are AWARE they are b…
Covert observation
•naturalistic + controller ... •participants totally UNAWARE the…
21 terms
Observation
Ethnography
Qualitative
Why Study Qualitatively
Out there in the field: observation
methodology for collecting data for qualitative research... situ…
inductive... data collected is words... seeks to describe a new var…
1. To understand how advertising and public relations make pe…
communication study in which researchers watch individuals an…
Ethnography
methodology for collecting data for qualitative research... situ…
Qualitative
inductive... data collected is words... seeks to describe a new var…
31 terms
Observation
Observation
Data
Qualitative data
Hypothesis
Using your senses to study the world
Something that can be recorded
Information about qualities
Proposed answer for a scientific question
Observation
Using your senses to study the world
Data
Something that can be recorded
8 terms
Observation
Observations
Qualitative Observation
Quantitative Observation
Inferences
Receiving information using the 5 senses
Using color, shape, and size
Using numbers
An educated guess based on your observations
Observations
Receiving information using the 5 senses
Qualitative Observation
Using color, shape, and size
25 terms
Observation
Account
Visual Sociology
Visual Ethnography
Data Collection and Transcription
a plausible and appealing explanation of the research that th…
An approach to studying society and culture that employs imag…
the video recording of participants and the reviewing of the…
several software packages exist to facilitate the processing…
Account
a plausible and appealing explanation of the research that th…
Visual Sociology
An approach to studying society and culture that employs imag…
8 terms
Observation
Eyewitness-
Fact-
Forensic-
Logical-
a person who actually sees some act, occurrence, or thing and…
something that actually exists; reality; truth
relating to the use of scientific knowledge or methods in sol…
agreeing with the rules of logic : sensible or reasonable... : o…
Eyewitness-
a person who actually sees some act, occurrence, or thing and…
Fact-
something that actually exists; reality; truth
10 terms
Observation
Observation
hypothesis
controlled experiment
independent variable
"the act noticing and describing events or processes in a car…
...
...
...
Observation
"the act noticing and describing events or processes in a car…
hypothesis
...
8 terms
Observation
Non-participant observation
Participant observation
Undisclosed/covert observation
Overt observation
A study where the researcher does not join in the activity be…
Where the observer is also a participant in the activity bein…
When the participant is not fully aware they are being studie…
Participants are aware they are being studied, obviously more…
Non-participant observation
A study where the researcher does not join in the activity be…
Participant observation
Where the observer is also a participant in the activity bein…
56 terms
Observation
Social psychologists are interested in
What do observational techniques invol…
Advantage of observational technique
Disadvantage of observational technique
how people behave and think within a social context
directly perceiving and recording specific aspects of the env…
see and hear how the participants actually behave
cannot ask why they behave as such
Social psychologists are interested in
how people behave and think within a social context
What do observational techniques invol…
directly perceiving and recording specific aspects of the env…
22 terms
Observation
Types of Observation
Naturalistic Observation
Naturalistic Observation:... Strengths
Naturalistic Observation:... Weaknesses
*Naturalistic... *Controlled... *Participant ... *Covert... *Overt
Participant's behaviour recorded in their own environment
*High ecological validity, because their arein their own natu…
*If participants realise they are being watched, they may res…
Types of Observation
*Naturalistic... *Controlled... *Participant ... *Covert... *Overt
Naturalistic Observation
Participant's behaviour recorded in their own environment
8 terms
observation
questions to ask
what types of data
quantitive data
qualitative data
what is data? what data is there to collect?
qualitative data and quantitive data
actual measure and numbers
observations. all senses besides taste.
questions to ask
what is data? what data is there to collect?
what types of data
qualitative data and quantitive data
8 terms
Observation
Define
Advantages:... Good for interpretivists
Advantages:... Holistic account
Advantages:... Cheap
This method defines the process which takes place ehen a rese…
Allows for rich qualitative data as results collated directly…
Great deal of focus on individuals and points of views, resul…
Limited resources needed to carry out investigation
Define
This method defines the process which takes place ehen a rese…
Advantages:... Good for interpretivists
Allows for rich qualitative data as results collated directly…
Observation
Non-focused observation
Structured obseration
Coding scheme
Naturalistic observation
Generating general descriptions of a range of behaviors witho…
Where there are pre-determined behaviors which are in specifi…
Having pre-determined behaviors which fall under a certain ca…
Observation in the participant's natural location/environment.
Non-focused observation
Generating general descriptions of a range of behaviors witho…
Structured obseration
Where there are pre-determined behaviors which are in specifi…
10 terms
Observation
Participant Observation
Covert Observation
Overt Observation
Structured Observation
The researcher takes part in the group's behavior whilst stil…
Observation without the knowledge of the participants
Participants are aware they are being watched
A research method in which an observer records a specified ra…
Participant Observation
The researcher takes part in the group's behavior whilst stil…
Covert Observation
Observation without the knowledge of the participants
12 terms
Observation
Participant Study
Non-Participant Study
Covert Observation
Overt Observation
When the observer has direct contact with the people they're…
When the researcher doesn't have contact with the people bein…
Group are not aware they're being observed... + natural behaviou…
Group are aware they're being observed... + not unethical ... - dem…
Participant Study
When the observer has direct contact with the people they're…
Non-Participant Study
When the researcher doesn't have contact with the people bein…
29 terms
Observation
Having Spirit
Fatigued Spirit
Lack of Spirit
Loss of Spirit
alert with bright and vivid eyes,... clear consciousness and spe…
listlessness, lassitude, poor memory,... weak and low voice, ave…
A pathological state wherein deficiencies or disturbances und…
Weakness of vitality, reflects an... exhaustion of the essence,…
Having Spirit
alert with bright and vivid eyes,... clear consciousness and spe…
Fatigued Spirit
listlessness, lassitude, poor memory,... weak and low voice, ave…
60 terms
Observation
gastromalacia
gastroparesis
gingivitis
gingivoglossitis
softening of stomach
partial paralysis of stomach
inflammation of gums
inflammation of gums and tongue
gastromalacia
softening of stomach
gastroparesis
partial paralysis of stomach
39 terms
Observation
auscultation
cyanosis
pectoriloquy
pectus carinatum
health care professional using a stethoscope
bluish colored skin from lack of oxygen
speaking from chest; to find masses in lungs by listening to…
chest that protrudes like a keel of a ship
auscultation
health care professional using a stethoscope
cyanosis
bluish colored skin from lack of oxygen
43 terms
Observation
1) Who
2) What
3) Where
4) When
WHO to observe-in terms of sample, sample size and way of obt…
WHAT to observe-in terms of a particular behaviour to focus on.
WHERE to observe-in a naturalistic setting or a controlled se…
WHEN to observe-in terms of day of the week, time of day, len…
1) Who
WHO to observe-in terms of sample, sample size and way of obt…
2) What
WHAT to observe-in terms of a particular behaviour to focus on.
Observation
observation of behavior
observation tools for evaluation studies
codes
ethogram
to better understand visitor interactions
counting... tracking movements... basic observations... detailed, syst…
designed to describe and measure specific behaviors
sum total of an animal's behavioral repertoire
observation of behavior
to better understand visitor interactions
observation tools for evaluation studies
counting... tracking movements... basic observations... detailed, syst…
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