Complete the blanks with the following terms: Archival Analysis Correlational Coefficient Correlational Method Cover Story Debriefing Deception Ethnography/Participant Observation External Validity Field Experiments Hindsight Bias
Complete the blanks with the following terms: Archival Analysis Correlational Coefficient Correlational Method Cover Story Debriefing Deception Ethnography/Participant Observation External Validity Field Experiments Hindsight Bias Informed Consent Internal Validity Observational Method Psychological Realism Random Assignment to Conditions Random Selection/Sampling 1.__________________Making sure that nothing besides the independent variable can affect the dependent variable; This is accomplished by controlling all extraneous variables and by randomly assigning people to different experimental conditions 2.____________________A process ensuring that all participants have an equal chance of taking part in any conditions of an experiments; Through this process, researchers can be relatively certain that differences in the participants’ personalities or backgrounds are distributed across conditions. 3.____________________The extent to which the results of a study can be generalized to other situations and to other people 4.____________________The extent to which the psychological processes triggered in an experiment are similar to psychological processes triggered I an experiments are similar to psychological processes that occur in everyday life 5.____________________A description of the purpose of a study, given to participants, that is different from its true purpose and is used to maintain psychological realism 6.____________________Experiments conducted in natural settings rather than in the laboratory 7.____________________The technique whereby a researcher observes people systematically records measurements or impressions of their behavior 8.____________________Method used by researchers to attempt to understand a group or culture by observing it from the inside, without imposing any preconceived notions 9.____________________A form of the observational method in which the researcher examines the accumulated documents of a culture e.g. diaries, novels, magazines, newspapers, etc. 10.____________________The technique whereby two or more variables are systematically measured and the relationship between them (i.e. how much one can be predicted from the other) is assessed 11.____________________A statistical technique that assesses how well you can predict one variable from another, e.g. predicting people’s weight from their height 12.____________________A way of ensuring that a sample of people is representative of a target population by giving everyone in the target populations an equal chance of being selected for the sample 13.____________________The tendency for people to exaggerate, after knowing that something occurred, how much they could have predicted it before it occurred 14.____________________Agreement to participant in an experiment, granted in full awareness of the nature of the experiment, which has been explained in advance 15.____________________Misleading participants about the true purpose of a study or the events that will actually transpire 16.____________________Explaining to participants, at the end of an experiment, the true purpose of the study and exactly what transpired
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