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Research Methods: What is the experimental method? and Experimental Design, Chapter 5
What is the experimental method?
Why do psychologists like doing experi…
What is a hypothesis?
What are the two main variables in psy…
The experimental method is a scientific, controlled way of te…
Psychologists like doing experiments because it is a scientif…
A testable statement about the relationship between two varia…
The dependent variable and the independent variable
What is the experimental method?
The experimental method is a scientific, controlled way of te…
Why do psychologists like doing experi…
Psychologists like doing experiments because it is a scientif…
19 terms
What is Biology/Experimental Design
known a the "manipulated variable"; is…
factors that remain the same throughou…
the number of times a experiment is re…
known as the "no treatment group"
independent variable
Constant
trials
control group
known a the "manipulated variable"; is…
independent variable
factors that remain the same throughou…
Constant
What is research?
Scientific theories
Descriptive research
Experimental research
Hypothesis
Ideas supported through research that attempt to explain exis…
Type of research that describes various behaviors or data col…
Type of research that explores cause and effect relationships…
I tentative prediction about the relationship between variabl…
Scientific theories
Ideas supported through research that attempt to explain exis…
Descriptive research
Type of research that describes various behaviors or data col…
8 terms
What is Research?
Research
Theory
Basic Research
Applied Research
Used to conduct needs assessment
Describes a tentative explanation of some phenomenon... How/why…
Not always easy... Lays foundation... Pilot study... Aims to expand th…
Aims to solve practical problems... Create Interventions
Research
Used to conduct needs assessment
Theory
Describes a tentative explanation of some phenomenon... How/why…
37 terms
What is research
What is research
Qualitative research
Quantitative research
Preliminary critical reading
1. Systematic, rigorous, & critical investigation that aims t…
1. Look for meaning: perceptions, values, & feelings... 2. Uses…
1. Seen more in healthcare... 2. Numerical data... 3. Test hypothes…
Familiarize yourself with the content - skim
What is research
1. Systematic, rigorous, & critical investigation that aims t…
Qualitative research
1. Look for meaning: perceptions, values, & feelings... 2. Uses…
What is Research?
what is research?
the research process
clinical research must be...
paradigm
the systematic investigation into and study of materials and…
find a research topic... get background info... develop a question…
empirical and critical
a generally accepted model for making sense of a phenomenon i…
what is research?
the systematic investigation into and study of materials and…
the research process
find a research topic... get background info... develop a question…
What is Research?
Research
What are the common characteristics of…
Public Health research
Why does Public Health Research Matter?
Any gathering of data, information, and facts for the advance…
It is done to advance knowledge... There is a specific question…
Research that seeks to test a hypothesis or answer a question…
For effective Public Health practice we need information on:…
Research
Any gathering of data, information, and facts for the advance…
What are the common characteristics of…
It is done to advance knowledge... There is a specific question…
12 terms
1. What is research?
What is deductive reasoning?
What is inductive reasoning?
What are the two kinds of inductive re…
What is the scientific method?
Thinking proceeds from general assumption to specific applica…
Conclusions about events (general) are based on information g…
Conclusions based on observations made from...... -Perfect: all…
Systematic and cyclic series of logical steps:... 1. Recognition…
What is deductive reasoning?
Thinking proceeds from general assumption to specific applica…
What is inductive reasoning?
Conclusions about events (general) are based on information g…
12 terms
What research is
Ways of Knowing
What is T.R.O.U.T?
What does T.R.O.U.T stand for?
What is Tentative?
Traditional... Authority... Popular Media... Personal Experience ... Evid…
Key Features of Research Based Evidence
Tentative... Replication... Observation... Unbiased... Transparent
Everything we think we know today is open to question and sub…
Ways of Knowing
Traditional... Authority... Popular Media... Personal Experience ... Evid…
What is T.R.O.U.T?
Key Features of Research Based Evidence
What is research?
scientific theories
descriptive research
experimental research
hypothesis
Ideas supported through research that attempt to explain exis…
Type of research that describes various behaviors or data col…
Type of research that explores cause-and-effect relationships…
A tentative prediction about the relationship between variabl…
scientific theories
Ideas supported through research that attempt to explain exis…
descriptive research
Type of research that describes various behaviors or data col…
Notes: What is research?
establishing scientific theories
Systematic investigation
develop research question
create testable hypothesis
goals of psychological research
collecting and analyzing research data to support various obs…
observe mental process, research and critically evaluate know…
states specific prediction, identifies relationship between v…
establishing scientific theories
goals of psychological research
Systematic investigation
collecting and analyzing research data to support various obs…
11 terms
What is Research
research
research
research
research
the systematic process of collecting and... analyzing informatio…
originates with a question
requires a clear goal
follows a specific plan
research
the systematic process of collecting and... analyzing informatio…
research
originates with a question
what is research- psych
goals of psychological research
describe
explain
predict
describe, explain, predict, control
psychologists use descriptions and observations in attempting…
psychologists _____ why things happen in order to understand…
psychologists try to _____ future behaviors and mental/emotio…
goals of psychological research
describe, explain, predict, control
describe
psychologists use descriptions and observations in attempting…
What is research?
Pure Research
Applied Research
Matter
Mass
Gathers knowledge for the sake of knowledge
Using chemistry to attain a certain goal
Anything that takes up space
Amount of stuff it contains
Pure Research
Gathers knowledge for the sake of knowledge
Applied Research
Using chemistry to attain a certain goal
48 terms
What is research?
Scholarly research
The Scientific Method
Positivism - the scientific method
Tilly's "why?"
a systematic process of collecting and analysing data to gain…
a process of controlled observation, experimentation, and com…
allows scientists to positively say "this is how X is and tha…
review and understand
Scholarly research
a systematic process of collecting and analysing data to gain…
The Scientific Method
a process of controlled observation, experimentation, and com…
What is Research?
Research
Descriptive
Prescriptive
Normative
Search done to extend knowledge on a subject
Type of research, it informs; how does something work?
Type of research, it recommends; how should something work?
Type of research, it idealizes; how would an ideal something…
Research
Search done to extend knowledge on a subject
Descriptive
Type of research, it informs; how does something work?
48 terms
What is research
Research
Research
Research
Research
_______: Multiple, systematic strategies to generate knowledg…
Multiple, systematic strategies to generate knowledge about h…
the thought & action process of the researcher are clearly sp…
it is logical, understandable, confirmable, and useful in ___…
Research
_______: Multiple, systematic strategies to generate knowledg…
Research
Multiple, systematic strategies to generate knowledge about h…
What Is Research?
An explanation for behavior must be __…
All of the following are processes use…
A research study that proposed to desc…
__________ research is a type of resea…
testable . . . supported
NOT carefully observing behaviors
descriptive
Descriptive
An explanation for behavior must be __…
testable . . . supported
All of the following are processes use…
NOT carefully observing behaviors
10 terms
What Is Research?
Creating a testable hypothesis comes a…
__________ research is a type of resea…
When researchers replicate a study, th…
Descriptive research attempts to explo…
developing a research question
Descriptive
support or reject the hypothesis upon which the study was fou…
false
Creating a testable hypothesis comes a…
developing a research question
__________ research is a type of resea…
Descriptive
19 terms
What Is Research?
Explain the difference between descrip…
List and briefly describe the steps of…
A psychologist whose goal is to explai…
All of the following are reasons that…
Descriptive research is a type of research that simply descri…
There are six steps of the scientific method: First, the rese…
suggest why a behavior occurs
to minimize objectivity in research
Explain the difference between descrip…
Descriptive research is a type of research that simply descri…
List and briefly describe the steps of…
There are six steps of the scientific method: First, the rese…
What is Research - Communication Research
Research
5 Myriad paths to knowledge
2 Downsides of Authority as a path to…
2 Downsides of personal experiences as…
a process or steps used to collect and analyze information in…
Authority, Personal Experiences, By tenacity or tradition, By…
Biases & personal ideas
Personal biases & preferences
Research
a process or steps used to collect and analyze information in…
5 Myriad paths to knowledge
Authority, Personal Experiences, By tenacity or tradition, By…
What is Research?
What is research?
Research must
What is the RESEARCH ROAD
Independent variables
An activity designed to TEST hypothesis, permit CONCLUSIONS t…
-tests hypothesis... -adds something new
1) The problem... 2) Sample (who is in your study)... 3) Measures (…
Variable that is manipulated
What is research?
An activity designed to TEST hypothesis, permit CONCLUSIONS t…
Research must
-tests hypothesis... -adds something new
20 terms
RS What is Research lecture
research
research cycle
Quantitative Research
Steps of quantitative research
term applied to any form of systematic and organized investig…
Questioning... Planning... Gathering... Sorting... Synthesizing... Evaluatin…
Dominant methodological paradigm "scientific"... investigators f…
define research problem... formulate hypotheses... make operational…
research
term applied to any form of systematic and organized investig…
research cycle
Questioning... Planning... Gathering... Sorting... Synthesizing... Evaluatin…
20 terms
Psychology 2A - What is Research?
sample
naturalistic observation
survey
longitudinal study
A select group of participants out of the total number availa…
Observation of people or animals in their natural setting wit…
Method of collecting information by asking individuals a fixe…
Data is collected about individuals over a span of years
sample
A select group of participants out of the total number availa…
naturalistic observation
Observation of people or animals in their natural setting wit…
What is research? (Ch. 1)
What is research?
What are the two key components of res…
What are the 2 types of research?
Definition of applied research?
a systematic method of inquiry, and finding answers to questi…
Systematic in nature, and it focuses on a question of interest
Applied and basic
Research that has direct value to practitioners but the resea…
What is research?
a systematic method of inquiry, and finding answers to questi…
What are the two key components of res…
Systematic in nature, and it focuses on a question of interest
What is research?- Quant 3
Ultimate goal of research
Research is more than ..
Research is based on what two types of…
Research demands accurate_____ and ___…
to solve a problem by finding a systematic relationship
gathering information. It emphasizes generalizations and prin…
empirical and observable
observation and description
Ultimate goal of research
to solve a problem by finding a systematic relationship
Research is more than ..
gathering information. It emphasizes generalizations and prin…
15 terms
Chapter 1: What Is Communication Research?
communication researchers
research
social research
epistemology
scholars and professionals who study communication
the activity of conducting intellectual investigations into t…
focuses on the interactions between human beings, how they co…
the study of knowledge
communication researchers
scholars and professionals who study communication
research
the activity of conducting intellectual investigations into t…
25 terms
Research 1: What is Research? (EXAM 1)
What makes PT an art?
What makes PT a science?
Definition of Profession
What is required to provide a firm bas…
-skill... -methods... -human relationships
body of knowledge that comes w/ diligent & systematic study
Occupation whose members possess a body of knowledge that is…
Research
What makes PT an art?
-skill... -methods... -human relationships
What makes PT a science?
body of knowledge that comes w/ diligent & systematic study
50 terms
Unit #1 - What is Psychology & Research Methods
Forensic Psychologist
Counseling psychologist
Organizational-Industrial Psychologist…
School Psychologist
Type of psychologist that connects the field of psychology an…
Focus on the emotional, social, educational, and developmenta…
Psychologist who study employee's, work... environment, organiza…
Psychologist who is aiding children and youth with... academics,…
Forensic Psychologist
Type of psychologist that connects the field of psychology an…
Counseling psychologist
Focus on the emotional, social, educational, and developmenta…
Experimental Design and What is Life Quiz -- Biology
What are the 5 things any organism nee…
What are the steps of the experimental…
Variable
Independent Variable
1. Organization --> all living things are organized into cell…
1. Ask a question... 2. Develop a hypothesis... 3. Design an experi…
Anything that can change over the course of you observing it.
The variable you are manipulating (changing) and the one you…
What are the 5 things any organism nee…
1. Organization --> all living things are organized into cell…
What are the steps of the experimental…
1. Ask a question... 2. Develop a hypothesis... 3. Design an experi…
26 terms
what is research ? what is EBP ?
what is research ?
what process is to ask and answer ques…
what is nursing research ?
does "clinical" nursing research have…
Systematic, controlled, empirical and critical investigation…
- systematic... - different from problem solving
Systematic inquiry designed to develop knowledge about issues…
yes
what is research ?
Systematic, controlled, empirical and critical investigation…
what process is to ask and answer ques…
- systematic... - different from problem solving
20 terms
RS What is Research lecture
research
research cycle
Quantitative Research
Steps of quantitative research
term applied to any form of systematic and organized investig…
Questioning... Planning... Gathering... Sorting... Synthesizing... Evaluatin…
Dominant methodological paradigm "scientific"... investigators f…
define research problem... formulate hypotheses... make operational…
research
term applied to any form of systematic and organized investig…
research cycle
Questioning... Planning... Gathering... Sorting... Synthesizing... Evaluatin…
20 terms
RS What is Research lecture
research
research cycle
Quantitative Research
Steps of quantitative research
term applied to any form of systematic and organized investig…
Questioning... Planning... Gathering... Sorting... Synthesizing... Evaluatin…
Dominant methodological paradigm "scientific"... investigators f…
define research problem... formulate hypotheses... make operational…
research
term applied to any form of systematic and organized investig…
research cycle
Questioning... Planning... Gathering... Sorting... Synthesizing... Evaluatin…
What is research? Ch. 1
Mass communication
Mass media
What drives mass media research?
Audience measurement
any form of communication transmitted through a medium/channe…
any communication channel used to simultaneously reach a larg…
WW1 propaganda, valuable to advertisers, social forces, compe…
determine size & composition of audience, most efficient plac…
Mass communication
any form of communication transmitted through a medium/channe…
Mass media
any communication channel used to simultaneously reach a larg…
Chapter ?? -- What is marketing research?
marketing research
1) define problem... 2) review existing p…
primary data
secondary data
the process of planning, collecting, and analyzing data relev…
processes of research
information that is collected for the first time; used for so…
data previously collected for any purpose other than the one…
marketing research
the process of planning, collecting, and analyzing data relev…
1) define problem... 2) review existing p…
processes of research
What is Biology / Scientific Process and Experimental Design
Biology
7 things needed to be living
Scientific Method
Steps of An Experiment
Application of the scientific method to living things/life.
1. Consume energy. 2. maintain homeostasis. 3. respond to sti…
A pathway that leads us to ask a question, test it, then prov…
1. Make an observation. 2. ask a question. 3. form a hypothes…
Biology
Application of the scientific method to living things/life.
7 things needed to be living
1. Consume energy. 2. maintain homeostasis. 3. respond to sti…
35 terms
What is Research? 2-1
population
sample
random sample
stratified sample
all of the inhabitants of a particular area
a relatively small group out of the total population that mus…
a sample where individuals have an equal chance of being repr…
a sample where individuals intentionally represent identified…
population
all of the inhabitants of a particular area
sample
a relatively small group out of the total population that mus…
23 terms
OT 500: What is Research?
Ultimate purpose of research:
Ultimate purpose of research:
Evidence-Based Practice:
The evidence-based practice cycle invo…
Evidence-Based Practice
Develop a knowledge base to maximize the effectiveness of pra…
The integration of best research evidence with clinical exper…
1) Ask... 2) Acquire... 3) Appraise... 4) Apply ... 5) Act and Assess
Ultimate purpose of research:
Evidence-Based Practice
Ultimate purpose of research:
Develop a knowledge base to maximize the effectiveness of pra…
11 terms
TOPIC 01 What is Research?
Define What research is
What are some outcomes or products of…
The aims of research are generally to…
What is a project?
Research is the creation of new knowledge, using an appropria…
.A new or improved product... .A new or modified model or theory…
Observing and describing... Predicting... Determining causes
A project is a temporary sequence of unique and connected act…
Define What research is
Research is the creation of new knowledge, using an appropria…
What are some outcomes or products of…
.A new or improved product... .A new or modified model or theory…
28 terms
Historical Perspectives/ What is Research?
Historical Perspectives (1880s)
Historical Perspectives (1900s)
Historical Perspectives (1920s)
2 Significant Movements in the Roaring…
1. interest in speech disorders arose in the early 19th centu…
1. early 20th century others in Europe began to establish the…
1. begin to see first signs of original contributions to our…
- time of great progress (both in terms of growth and stature…
Historical Perspectives (1880s)
1. interest in speech disorders arose in the early 19th centu…
Historical Perspectives (1900s)
1. early 20th century others in Europe began to establish the…
33 terms
what is biomedical research 2
true
Development of a new drug, treatment o…
Human clinical trials
Potential drugs and treatment in humans
True or False. Applied research is directed towards specific…
Name an example of applied research.
Name one type of research is observed during clinical trials?
What is clinical research used to test?
true
True or False. Applied research is directed towards specific…
Development of a new drug, treatment o…
Name an example of applied research.
23 terms
What is Research/Scientific Method
critic
critical review
importance of knowing about research m…
media misreporting
someone that forms and expresses judgements ... ex. merits, valu…
-informs you clinical practice & decision making
1. critically read research reports... 2. evaluate the methods u…
-media can overpromise (try to explain something & speculate…
critic
someone that forms and expresses judgements ... ex. merits, valu…
critical review
-informs you clinical practice & decision making
9 terms
IR Midterm What is research?
#1
#2
#3
#4
starts with a question/topic
trying to discover something
includes studying over peer-reviewed sources that provide sch…
involves developing original knowledge
#1
starts with a question/topic
#2
trying to discover something
7 terms
G/T research: What is research?
Descriptive
Primary
Experimental
Correlational
How are things now ?
Info from the real person or thing.
What would happen if...?
What is the relation between these two things?
Descriptive
How are things now ?
Primary
Info from the real person or thing.
41 terms
What is Research/ Scientific Method
examples of research on campus
importance of knowing about research m…
media misreporting
example of exaggerating big discoverie…
-psych research studies ... -emails from school... -surveys- iCare…
so we can:... 1) critically read research reports (note what it…
media misreporting can:... 1) exaggerate big discoveries ... 2) med…
• Infidelity gene- "we have found the gene. Some people have…
examples of research on campus
-psych research studies ... -emails from school... -surveys- iCare…
importance of knowing about research m…
so we can:... 1) critically read research reports (note what it…
35 terms
What is Research/Scientific Method?
Importance of knowing about research m…
media misreporting/misunderstanding
bad science
what about good science is controversi…
-critically read research reports... -find reasonable conclusion…
-infidelity gene (no cause and effect)... -media can mispromise…
-Andrew Wakefield, vaccines, and Autism... •1998... •Inflamed intes…
•Bennet Omalu and his concussion research, 2002... •Coroner... •Con…
Importance of knowing about research m…
-critically read research reports... -find reasonable conclusion…
media misreporting/misunderstanding
-infidelity gene (no cause and effect)... -media can mispromise…
6 terms
L1 - What is Research?
What is research?
Why does it matter
Ways to find the answer
Aim of research
- Systematic ... - Precise... - Rigorous... - Reproducible ... - Independ…
To inform our understanding of the world and ability to make…
- Clinical Research... - Health Services research (HSR)... So, wi…
To have a more efficient and more equitable (although probabl…
What is research?
- Systematic ... - Precise... - Rigorous... - Reproducible ... - Independ…
Why does it matter
To inform our understanding of the world and ability to make…
12 terms
HTH 408: What is Research
____ settings are often the site of re…
Describes a tentative explanation of s…
This type of research aims to expand t…
This type of research aims to solve pr…
clinical
theory
basic
applied
____ settings are often the site of re…
clinical
Describes a tentative explanation of s…
theory
12 terms
Ch. 1 and 2 (what is research)
research... clinical nursing research
Nursing research
excellent nursing practise
ways of knowing
systematic inquiry that uses disciplined methods to answer qu…
NURSING RESEARCH:TRUSTWORTHY EVIDENCE. Uses systematic reseac…
compassion (being)... skill (doing)... knowledge (knowing)
Empirical- science of nursing* this course is about!!... Aesthet…
research... clinical nursing research
systematic inquiry that uses disciplined methods to answer qu…
Nursing research
NURSING RESEARCH:TRUSTWORTHY EVIDENCE. Uses systematic reseac…
12 terms
what is research and why is it important
anecdotal experience
research
scientific method
characteristics of the scientific method
casual observations of the world around us but can lead to fa…
the process we use to generate scientific knowledge about the…
a standardized approach to building scientific knowledge that…
replicablity, precision, falsifiablitiy (is it able to be pro…
anecdotal experience
casual observations of the world around us but can lead to fa…
research
the process we use to generate scientific knowledge about the…
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