Quiz Review 5

Quiz Review 5 - Quiz Review 5 Name: Delonta Holmes Teacher:...

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Unformatted text preview: Quiz Review 5 Name: Delonta Holmes Teacher: William Hawk Class: General Psychology Date: 11-10-09 Questions/Main Ideas: Notes Casual Interference- The attempt to establish which event or factor brought about another event or factor. Contributing Cause- events of lesser importance bringing about other causes Indirect Cause- events bringing about the proximate cause Proximate(Triggering) Cause- a direct initiating cause Structuring Cause- factors creating a tendency for the occurrence of an event Method of differences- If the only dissimilarity (difference) in the (recent) history of the occurrence and nonoccurrence of a P-type event is the prior occurrence of a Q-type event prior to the P-type event, then there is reason to believe that the Q-type event is the cause of the P-type event. Method of Agreement- If the only similarity (agreement) in the (recent) history of two P-type events is the occurrence of Q-type events, then there is reason to believe that the Q-type events are the cause of the P-type events. - The inference provides only reason to believe. Combination- Joint Method of Agreement and Difference = If the only similarity (agreement) in the (recent) history of two P-type events is the prior occurrence of Q-type event and the only dissimilarity (difference) in the (recent) history of the occurrence and nonoccurrence of a P-type event is the prior occurrence of a Q-type event prior to the P-type event, then there is reason to believe that the Q-type event is the cause of the P-type event. Ignaz Semmelweis CHILDBED FEVER The hypothesis put forth by the hospital for the childbed fever fatalities 1) Maternity patients knowing the death rates of clinic #1 are so frightened that they contract the disease 2) Maternity patients in clinic #1 contract the disease because their modesty is offended because of being examined by males Street Birth...
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