Flashcards in Experimental Methods - quick test Deck (21):
What is a strength associated with lab experiments?
What is the variable that we measure?
What is done to remove order-effects in a repeated measures design?
What is an alternative hypothesis which does not state the direction the effect will take?
What is the variable that we manipulate?
What is the experimental design where participants in one condition are matched with participants in another?
What is the sampling technique where we select people we have the opportunity to test?
What is the type of experiment conducted in a real life situation?
What is the term used to mean whether something is true to real life or not?
What is the experimental design where participants complete all conditions?
What is the name for the group that does not receive the IV?
What is the term for a participant's behaviour specifically to please the researcher?
What is the group that receives the IV?
What is the experimental design where different groups are compared against each other?
What are the variables that could affect the DV (other than the IV)?
What is an alternative hypothesis which states the direction the effect will take?
What is the name for data in numerical form?
What is the name for data in written form?
What is a type of hypothesis that predicts the IV will not affect the DV?
What are the rules and guidelines we have to abide by when conducting psychological research?