Concealment studies tend to drastically reduce issues

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34. Concealment studies tend to drastically reduce issues with all of the following, EXCEPT: A) ecological validity. B) reactivity. C) deception. D) social desirability.
35. Dr. Reef wanted to study relationship break-ups in natural settings. She enlisted several of her research assistants to recruit couples for the study. She fully disclosed the goals of the study to one of the individuals in the couple and only told the other individual that the study was focused on relationships. Dr. Reef devised “natural” scenarios where a break-up would occur and gained permission from both parties to observe. Dr. Reef was not fully honest with both participants for the sake of her research question, but the deception may not have been justifiable. Which of the following is true?
36. If concealment efforts are deemed justifiable and acceptable for the purposes of the specific research question, which setting would be considered an ethical medium for obtaining the data?
37. Dr. Daneker has been reading through the last 10 years of literature on the topic of veterans, mental health, and deployments to develop a representative and accurate list of terms and to make sure she is appropriately and clearly describing her study variables in her upcoming research study. Dr. Daneker was:
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38. Which would likely be considered the most accepted operational definition for the term “child”? A) someone younger than 18 years still living at home B) someone between the ages of 2 years and 17 years old C) someone between the ages of 13 years and 17 years old D) someone younger than 25 years still living at home
39. In a 2008 study examining discipline practices among mothers and fathers suggests:

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