Exam1_ReviewQuestions - Psych 101 Winter 2007 Review...

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Psych 101 Winter 2007 Review Session Questions Basic vs. Applied Research 1) Dr. Weber is interested in determining whether children who receive Montessori education exhibit better reading performance than those who do not receive Montessori education. This scenario is an example of: a) basic research b) applied research c) a case study d) a double-blind study Ethics (make sure to discuss the three basic principles of protection) 2) The ethical guideline of informed consent specifically asserts that: a) participants can be deceived when it is ethically justified and no other alternatives are feasible. b) participants should be told of the key procedures in a study and told about any risks that may be involved. c) deception is always ethically justified and is a part of most experiments d) experimenters need to be informed aobut significant research that has already been done in their research areas. Internal/External Validity
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