9.25 - White Campbell & Stanley Design AA Full experiments...

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AA White Full experiments o Highest control, researcher has control o IV manipulated by researcher o Has a lot of pieces and parts so that researcher can say that yes it is because of changing that one variable that something else happens Quasi-experiments o Can have only one condition, can be something naturally occurring i.e. some people naturally raise their left hand, others naturally raise their right o Manipulate or observe IV o Uses pre-tests The subject can be his own control group Must have a before and after questions that are the exact same i.e. a person answers a list of questions, then is exposed to a stimulus, then re-answers the questions Pre-experiments o Lowest control, exploratory o Manipulate or observe the IV Full Experiment Random assignment of subjects to treatment and control groups (this is the biggest difference between full experiments and the other types) o Equal opportunity to be assigned to experiment
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2010 for the course ADPR 3510 taught by Professor Sweetser during the Fall '09 term at UGA.

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9.25 - White Campbell & Stanley Design AA Full experiments...

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