PSYC 226 Fall 2011 Exam I Study Guide

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PSYC 226, Section 003, Fall 2011 Exam I Study Guide *Note: This is NOT an exhaustive list of everything that will appear on the exam! Any information in chapters 1-4 of the textbook, lecture notes, and supplemental readings may appear on the exam. This exam is worth 100 points. Exam format: 50 multiple choice questions (worth 2 points each). Exam Review: The textbook publisher has a companion website. For helpful study information, including practice quizzes, go to www.cengage.com/psychology/gravetter, select our textbook book, click on Companion site and select a chapter (1-4). Some questions will be factual (i.e. giving a definition and asking you to identify the correct term), but many will be applied questions (i.e. asking you to problem solve or apply textbook
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Unformatted text preview: information to a given situation). Key terms at the end of each chapter Methods of acquiring knowledge Hypotheses o Formulating hypotheses o What makes a good hypothesis Parts of a research article o Identify each part and briefly describe Types of reliability o Apply to given situations Types of validity o Apply to given situations Scales of measurement Ethical guidelines o Nuremburg Code o Examples of unethical studies Supplemental readings: o Luthar & Latendresse o Kazdin (2003a) o The Belmont Report o Pascual-Leone et al. (2010)...
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