PSY 3310 - 3 - Definitions & Models - 1 - Outline

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PSY 3310: Psychology & Religion Definitions & Models I. Discussion II. SHHG, Ch. 1, Appendix A. Correlation B. Factor Analysis C. Reliability & Validity III. HHS, Ch. 2 A. Nomothetic vs Ideographic
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Discussion
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SHHG, Ch. 1, Appendix A. Correlation - ranges from ____ to ____ - consists of both _______ (strength) and _______ - What is considered significant? - p value = odds that something is ___ significant
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SHHG, Ch. 1, Appendix (cont’d) B. Factor Analysis = a statistical method for judging whether items tap into a __________ - Items that load onto similar
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Unformatted text preview: construct can be considered together to form a _______ (a.k.a., measure) C. Reliability & Validity- Reliability = _______ - Validity = _______ HHS, Ch. 2 A. Nomothetic vs idiothetic approach 1. Nomothetic- _______ -oriented- Modernism - _______ - Reductionism 2. Idiothetic- Individual-oriented HHS, Ch. 2 (cont’d) B. Other points- Multilevel interdisciplinary _______ - Differences between superstition & religion? Q- What do you think?- Difficulty of defining _______...
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