PSYC2015_Test_2

PSYC2015_Test_2 - Test 2 1. Which of the following ethical...

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Unformatted text preview: Test 2 1. Which of the following ethical principles is contradicted when deception is used in research? a. I nformed consent b. Risk/benefit ratio c. Privacy 2. Consent forms typically include a. A brief survey eliciting participant opinions about psychological research b. The precise research hypothesis being tested c. An assurance of confidentiality d. A statement indicating that participants must complete the study once they start it 3. Creating equivalent groups is a design problem for a. Between-subjects designs b. Within-subjects designs c. Both alternatives a and b d. None of the above 4. For which of the following within-subjects factors should order effects not be controlled? a. Participants t ry to point to six different geographic locations b. Word lists are presented at either 2 or 4 seconds per word c. A comparison is made between t rial 1 and trial 4 d. Participants compare Coke and Pepsi for perceived sweetness 5. When an individual serves as a yoked control subject, a. Participants in the experimental and control groups directly interact with each other b. The exact sequence of events is pre-planned in advance c. Participants in the control group t ry to outperform those in the experimental group d. The exact sequence of events depends on what happens to experimental subjects 6. The same interpretation problems for correlational studies also apply to a. Experimental studies b. Studies with subject variables c. Mixed factorial studies d. Repeated-measure studies 7. If a researcher decides to ensure thru matching that two nonequivalent groups start with the same pretest score, post-test results could be affected by a. History b. Testing c. Regression d. Maturation 8. Researchers are generally happy when a. Primary variance is large b. Error variance is small c. Both alternatives a and b d. None of the above 9. The major threat to internal validity that occurs in studies that last for a significant period of time (e.g. five years) is a. Regression b. Experimenter bias c. Attrition d. Selection 10. The simplest way to evaluate threats due t history, maturation, and statistical 10....
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PSYC2015_Test_2 - Test 2 1. Which of the following ethical...

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