Ch02-Scientific methods - for distribution

Ch02-Scientific methods - for distribution - Scientific...

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1 Scientific Methods in Psychology (Chapter 2) Larry W. Hawk, Ph.D. University at Buffalo, State University of New York NOTE: This material is intended only for students enrolled in PSY101 with Dr. Hawk. Do not distribute without permission. Scientific Methods: Intro Who needs science? Data vs. (paid) testimonials ind results may vary subway diet Herbs to (make) love and remember Overview I. Scientific method II. Research strategies III. Measuring and analyzing results
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2 Overview I. Scientific method A. Overview C. Goals B. Specifics D. Basic principles II. Research strategies III. Measuring and analyzing results I. The Scientific Method: Overview The bigger picture
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3 I. The Scientific Method: B. Specifics Theories must be falisifiable Theories must be falisifiable parsimony I. The Scientific Method: B. Specifics Theories must be falisifiable Simpler theories are better: parsimony Results should be replicable I. The Scientific Method: B. Specifics
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Larryhawk during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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