2-Method - Experimental Correlational Design Goal:...

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Methods to Study Close Relationships
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A Brief History of Relationship Science ± Before it became science… ± Aristotle’s friendship theory ± Freud’s views on relationships ± First scientific study ± Monroe (1898) ± First wave of experimental research on relationships ± Byrne’s (1960’s-70’s)
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Relationship Research in Modern Times ± Now relationship has got fancy ± Gottman’s research on couple communication ± Neuroscience of love ± Speed-dating study ± Experience-sampling study
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What Makes Good Research? ± Good hypotheses ± Good methodology ± Good ethics
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Hypothesis ± What is a hypothesis? ± Good hypothesis: ± Falsifiable ± Parsimonious
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Good Methodology ± What design should I pick? ± Who should be my participants and how to recruit them? ± What kind of data should I collect?
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Choosing a Design ± Correlational
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Unformatted text preview: Experimental Correlational Design Goal: Direction of correlation Magnitude of correlation Experimental Design Why experiment? Experimental manipulation Manipulated independent variable Other variables controlled Watch dependent variable Samplingobtaining participants Representative sampling Convenience sampling Volunteer bias Methods of Data Collection Self-reports Problems? Observations Physiological measures Archival materials The Ethics of Research on Relationships l Institutional Review Board (IRB). l General principle l Professional ethical standards: l informed consent; lack of coercion; protection from harm; confidentiality; debriefing; sharing of research results...
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