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What is the IV (independent variable)?
What is the DV (dependent variable)?
What are the results (outcome)?
Can you come up with some confounds for this study? 4. Philip is interested in knowing whether or not parental household income affects the maximum level of education achieved, so he sends out a questionnaire to 300 people in the triangle area. Half come back to him answered correctly. He analyzes the data and finds a correlation of +0.76. 3
PSY150 Worksheet: Experiments What kind of study did Philip conduct?
What does this correlation of +0.76 mean?
5. Hector is a clinical psychologist. He has a patient named Lucy whom he sees regularly. Lucy has been having some strange problems since being involved in a car accident, so Hector is keeping close track of her developing issues. Her personality changed in that she used to be very laid back, but now gets upset easily. She also had problems making decisions and planning out her day. Hector is using which technique of scientific research?
What are some drawbacks to this type of research?
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