Chapter 10_Experimental Research_One Way Designs.ppt

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Experimental Research One Way Designs
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Demonstration of Causality Correlational research Association between two or multiple variables Variables are measured Does not provide support for causal relationships between variables Experimental Research Causality Association Temporal priority Common-causal variables
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Demonstration of Causality Association there is an association between the variables The associations are probabilistic Temporal priority Control of common-causal variables Experimental manipulation 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Self-Control Sexual Restraint Galliot & Baumeister, 2007
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One-way Experimental Designs Experimental design Systematically change in one or more factors ( independent variables ) to determine whether such changes determine changes in one or more other factors ( dependent variables ). Independent variable (manipulated) One way-design: one independent variable Dependent variable (measured)
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