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5/9/2018Unit 1 Test : 6182-PSYC-2301-General Psychology-RT-586431/23Unit 1 TestDueFeb 11 at 11:59pmPoints100Questions50AvailableAug 22, 2016 at 12am - Feb 12 at 3am over 1 yearTime Limit120 MinutesInstruc±onsThis quiz was locked Feb 12 at 3am.This test must be completed online on or before the final due date for this unit. Pleasesee your syllabus for that date. You will have only one attempt to take this exam. You will have a time limit of 2 hours from the time you first open the test. You will NOT beable to stop and start again, as the hour, once you open the test, can not be interrupted.This exam consists of 40 questions. There is only one correct answer for each question,so please choose the best answer. You will be asked one question at a time. You will not be able to return to a question onceyou have clicked "next," so please do not skip answers.Make sure you take the test in an environment where you will not be disturbed.Taking this test at the campus computer lab is recommended, but not required. You may use your textbook and notes, but do not use another person to help you on thisexam.Immediately after the test you will only be able to see your score. After the test closes toall students, you will be able to see your score, your responses, and the correct answers.Good luck!
5/9/2018Unit 1 Test : 6182-PSYC-2301-General Psychology-RT-586432/23A±empt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 1 104 minutes90 out of 100Score for this quiz: 90out of 100Submitted Feb 11 at 3:14amThis attempt took 104 minutes.2 / 2 ptsQuestion 1Generalizability is MOST likely to be lacking in:a case study an experiment a survey a correlation Correct!2 / 2 ptsQuestion 2When we want to manipulate an independent variable, we create at leasthow many groups?Correct!
5/9/2018Unit 1 Test : 6182-PSYC-2301-General Psychology-RT-586433/232 / 2 ptsQuestion 3An investigator was interested in the effect of a prenatal care on the weight ofnewborns. She realized it would be unethical to take a group of pregnantwomen and assign half of them to a condition in which they would receive noprenatal care. If she chose instead to collect data on the level of prenatalcare and the newborn weight of all the children born in the hospitals of alarge city for one month, what scientific method would she be using?