Variables_09-2.14.11(1)

Variables_09-2.14.11(1) - particular way a scientist...

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Variables Variable = _________________________________ _________________________________ ______________________________ Situational = environmental or situational conditions Type of school or work environment Response = behaviors of individuals resulting from a stimulus Recall on a memory task
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Variables Nominal or categorical = _________________________________ ____ Blood type Political affiliation Continuous = _________________________________ _____ Age
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Variables _______________________= the
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Unformatted text preview: particular way a scientist measures a variable – Transforms a verbal concept into a methodological or quantitative one – E.g., numerical scores on a personality scale – E.g., high and low social status corresponds to “corporate CEO” and “convenience store clerk” • Enables a construct or variable to be Relations between Variables • _________ relation • __________ relation Relations between Variables • No relation • __________ relation...
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course PSY 250 taught by Professor Quinton,wj during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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