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Pscyh_7_NOTES_10_29_09_1 - Psychology 7 Class m:s-~Dd4ttb...

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Page 1 of 3 Lec}O Psychology 7 10/29/09 Class 12709709 m:s-~Dd4ttb i>tubtnt~ __ ~D..;;;:a;.;:;.te~ ........ N...,e .... x .... t~E .... x .... a .... m ........ _ ~otcta:hin!t ~crl.litt Revlin 1Il1II1II1 Notetaker -----,----, ..... -,..---: .... __ ---:- __ ----:_---=------ Copyright © 1996 ASUCSB Reproduction in any form is a violation of Federal Copyright Laws. A.S. Notetaking 893-4471 Open 10:00 - 4:00 Monday - Friday Closed Finals Week ANNOUNCEMENTS OUTLINE OF LAST LECTURE XV. Types of Experimental Designs Complex Designs OUTLINE OF TODAY'S LECTURE XVI. Quasi Experimental Designs A. Characteristics B. Some special kinds TODAY'S LECTURE Quasi-experimental designs A commonly used research design is called "quasi-experimental design". It is called this because in many caSes it is similar to a standard experimental design. Its basic limitation is determined by the way it assigns participants to groups. In general, it is difficult to truly claim that it identifies a
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