Homework #2 - Homework#2 Psychology 231 Dr Brooke R...

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Homework #2 Psychology 231: Dr. Brooke R. Spangler Fall 2011 Directions: Use this worksheet to deconstruct the major components of article #2 IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Please turn in a typed copy in class (an electronic version is posted on niihka for you to use as a worksheet), no handwritten homework will be accepted, no late work will be accepted. DUE September 12, 2011 in class! Name: Samantha Zid 1. THE MAJOR RESEARCH QUESTIONS OR GOALS OF THE STUDY ARE (2 points): Does the number of siblings in a family increase theory of the mind understanding? Are birth order, parental demographic variables, and number of siblings factors of verbal ability? 2. THE HYPOTHESES ARE (2 points): There is a significant relationship between ToM, VA and age There is a significant difference between ToM and siblings There is a significant difference between ToM and birth order There is a significant difference between ToM and parental demographic variables 3. THE INDEPENDENT VARIABLE(S) IS/ARE (2 points): Birth order, parental demographic variables. Number of siblings 4. THE DEPENDENT VARIABLE(S) IS/ARE (2 points): Theory of mind understanding and verbal ability 5. THE METHODS (participants, apparatus, procedure) USED WERE (2 points): There was a sample of 163 typically developed preschool children with an
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course PSY 231 taught by Professor Limegrover during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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Homework #2 - Homework#2 Psychology 231 Dr Brooke R...

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