Flashcards in CR_Ch.2--Where to Start Deck (13):
The section of a research report that summarizes the entire study.
The section of a research report in which the researcher considers the research results from various perspectives.
The principle that a good scientific idea or theory should be capable of being shown to be false when tested using scientific methods.
A statement that makes an assertion about what is true in a particular situation; often, a statement asserting that two or more variables are related to one another
The section of a research report in which the researcher outlines the problem that has been investigated
A narrative summary of the research that has been conducted on a particular topic.
The section of a research report in which the researcher provides information about exactly how the study was conducted , including any details necessary for the reader to replicate or repeat the study.
The scientific principle stating that if two theories are equally effective at explaining a phenomenon, the simpler of the two theories is preferrable.
A statement that makes an assertion concerning what will occur in a particular research investigation.
The American Psychological Association's searchable computer database system that includes coverage of journal publications from the 1800s to the present.
The section of a research report in which the researcher presents the findings.
A framework that attempts to organize and explain various findings relating to a particular phenomenon, and in doing so generates new, testable hypotheses about that phenomenon.