PSY32 - Lecture 16

PSY32 - Lecture 16 - Today *Admin *Factorial Design...

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Unformatted text preview: Today *Admin *Factorial Design Continued *Writing Workshop Possible findings for a 2 x 2 Factorial Design *A main effect for IV 1 only *A main effect for IV 2 only *Main effects for both only *A main effect for IV 1 plus an interaction *A main effect for IV 2 plus an interaction *Main effects for both IVs plus an interaction *An interaction only, no main effects *No main effects, no interactions How do you know what effects you have? Darley & Batson (1973) *Interested in knowing some of the situational factors that will impact helping behavior *Studied 100 seminary students on way to give a talk *IV 1 = Relevance of talk to being in the seminary * * *IV 2 = Time pressure * * *DV = helping a confederate slumped and coughing in a doorway Possible Outcome # 1 Possible Outcome # 2 Possible Outcome # 3 Possible Outcome # 4 Possible Outcome # 5 Possible Outcome # 6 Possible Outcome # 7 Possible Outcome # 8 *On to Mixed Factorial Design...
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PSY32 - Lecture 16 - Today *Admin *Factorial Design...

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