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3114 study guide - 1. Overgeneralization observe a few...

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1. Overgeneralization – observe a few instances and we draw a conclusion about an entire group 2. Physical science – study of the objective aspects of nature Ex: biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, etc. 3. Plagiarism – any time a writer doesn’t properly cite or give credit to source where from he or she is getting info. It is important to cite any info that is not your own You can you the APA style to cite 4. Positive association – I used positive relationship that was the only thing I saw When an increase in one variable corresponds to an increase in another variable, or decrease in a variable corresponds to a decrease in another variable. 5. primary source – an original document that examines a phenomenon (e.g. poems, diaries, court records and interviews to research results generated by experiments surveys, ethnographies.) primary research reports the results of a study conducted by the authors 6. privacy - the individual control over the context timing and circumstances of sharing
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2010 for the course CMST 3114 taught by Professor Edwards during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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