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A. What is survey research? a. A descriptive research technique designed to gather limited amounts of information from many people, usually by administering some kind of questionnaire. B. What is naturalistic observation? a. A descriptive research technique that records naturally occurring behavior as opposed to behavior produced in the laboratory. C. What is informed consent? a. The principle that before consenting to participate in research, people should be fully informed about any significant factors that could affect their willingness to participate. D. Why is random sampling important? E. What is a motor neuron? a. Cells that carry information away from the central nervous system to the muscles and glands that directly produce behavior. b. Carry messages and commands away from the central nervous system to the muscles and glands, to produce responses. F. What is a sensory neuron? a. Cells that carry environmental messages toward the spinal cord and brain. b.
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