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COMMUNICATION RESEARCH DR. JEFFREY BOASE HOW TO DESIGN YOUR VERY OWN EXPERIMENT
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THOUGHT OF THE DAY • “In physics there may one day be a Theory of Everything; in Fnance and the social sciences, you’re lucky if there is a useable theory of anything.” Emanuel Derman, (former) particle physicist and managing director of Goldman Sachs http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/10/science/ 10quant.html
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MENU DU JOUR • Experiments 101 • Classical Experiment • Treats to Internal Validity • Experimental Design
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EXPERIMENTS 101
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CLASSICAL EXPERIMENTS p.216
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WHY USE RANDOM ASSIGNMENT? p.217
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MANIPULATION CHECK p.218
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IDEO
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TAKE AWAY POINTS
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CLICKER QUESTION Experiments done by communication researchers are similar in _________ to experiments done in the hard sciences. A. function B. their results C. design D. material
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WHAT ARE EXPERIMENTS GOOD FOR?
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HOW’S THAT?
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THREE CONDITIONS NECESSARY TO ESTABLISH CAUSALITY p.206
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p.206
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course COMMUNICAT 192:300 taught by Professor Katz during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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