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Discovering Psychology: “Understanding Research” Answer Key 1.A set of general procedures for gathering and analyzing data is called the 2.If an outcome is trustworthy, other researchers, working independently must be able to obtain the same results, using the same methods. 3.Examples of some research methods used by psychologists are observation, survey, and interview.4.Christina Maslach shows us what kind of research? 5.The aim of our learning about research is not to turn us all into psychological 6.At Johns Hopkins, Jerome Frank studies “faith healing.” What does he suggest that believers get from their belief in such practices? 7.A belief itself can lead to healing. This is called a placebo effect. 8.The belief itself can make as many as 1/3 of people feel better. 9.Double-blind procedure controls for the placebo-effect. How is this done?
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