Research Methods Study Guide Exam 2

Research Methods Study Guide Exam 2 - Research Methods...

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Research Methods Study Guide Exam 2 Chapter 2 - URL – uniform response locator, a Web address - Search engine – a specialized program that searched the Web for documents that match keywords, proper names, and phrases - Proprietary – privately owned and accessible only my permission, usually for a fee - Proposal – preliminary statement outlining the literature review, statement of the problem, research design, and expected results and their significance Chapter 3 - debriefing – the prcess of informing participants after the session of the experiments true purpose to increse their understanding and to remoce possible harmful effects of deception - plagarism – attempts to present another persons work as your own - animal rights – the notion that nimals have the same sort of rights as people, including legal rights; not generally accepted - animal welfare – the generally accepted term for concers about the case and use of animals - speciesism – term used by analogy with racism and sexism by those who clain that it is unethical to treat animals differently than humans, particularly in
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2011 for the course PSY 0035 taught by Professor Barbkucinski during the Fall '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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