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Review for Exam 2

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Review for Exam 2 With your Hosts: Curtis and Amber 5/28/2009
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Exam 2 Overview Please Bring #2 Pencils and ID 3, 9, 10, 12, and 14. You are not responsible for Chapter 4 (this is to be used to help you write your papers).
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Cumulative? The only chapters on the exam are the ones you have listed below. The chapters that were covered on the first exam are not on the second exam. In addition, the emphasis of the lecture questions is on material that was not on the last exam. However, in class I mentioned that the exam is cumulative in the sense that I may ask questions about an independent variable, and the concept of an independent variable is something we discussed early in the quarter. So your study efforts should be on the material covered since the last exam.
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Review Session Overview Factorial Designs Main Effects Interactions
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Review Session Overview Quasi-Experimental Research Interrupted Time Series Pretest Posttest Developmental Cross-sectional Longitudinal Ex Post Facto Retrospective vs. Prospective Other explanations History, Testing effects, Selection, Maturation, Statistical Regression, Mortality, Cohort Effects Non-Experimental Methods
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Factorial Design Have 2 or more IVs that cross. Then, you can see if each IV has an effect (main effects) Also, whether the IV’s combine to form an interaction
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Example: Movie Competition Amber and Curtis made two movies: The Lovers of Charlotte Bronte The Gun of Infatigable Justice In front of an Audience: LCB: 60 GIF: 60
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Another IV?
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