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Study Guide for Final Exam Research Methods PSYC E226 Scientific Method: - What are five different ways of gathering knowledge? - What are three qualities of a good hypothesis? - What are the 9 steps of the research process? Vocabulary: Tenacity Intuition Authority Rational Empiricism Subject Participant Beginning Research - What are six ways of getting new research ideas? - What are six things to avoid when looking for a research topic? - What are primary and secondary sources of information? What are examples of each? - What are the parts of a journal article? How is each part useful for a literature review? Vocabulary: Research question Hypothesis Applied Research Basic Research Ethics - What are two major historical events in research ethics history? What ethical principles do they violate? - What are two major reports written to ensure research ethics? What kind of points do they make? - What are the four major points of the APA ethics code relevant to research? - What is deception research and how can it be done ethically? - What is a consent form? What are its four major parts? - What is an IRB? What are six responsibilities of the IRB? - Who governs the treatment of animals in research? - What is fraud in science? What are three ways to protect against it? Vocabulary: Informed Consent Assent Consent form Confederates Deception research Debrief Confidentiality Anonymity IRB IACUC Fraud Plagiarism Clinical Equipoise
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Measuring Behavior: - What are three modalities of measurement? What is an advantage and disadvantage of each? - What are six types of validity, and what does each one mean? - What are three types of reliability, and what does each one mean? Vocabulary: Variable Theory Construct Operational Definition Validity Reliability Participant Selection: - What is the difference between a sample and a population? How do they relate? - What is the difference between Probability and Non-probability sampling? - What are five types of probability sampling? How is sampling done? -
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course PSYC E226 taught by Professor Smolowitz during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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