Intelligence Job Performance Intelligence Job Performance Identify research

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Intelligence Job Performance __________? _______? Intelligence Job Performance
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Identify research question Generate (or modify) theory Traditional Scientific Method Develop hypothesis Design and perform study Theory: Integrated set of principles that predicts and explains observed events Summarizes and organizes knowledge Can be mathematical or logical or verbal Hypothesis: Testable prediction generated from theory 26
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Identify research question Generate (or modify) theory Traditional Scientific Method Develop hypothesis Design and perform study Theory: Integrated set of principles that predicts and explains observed events Summarizes and organizes knowledge Can be mathematical or logical or verbal Hypothesis: Testable prediction generated from theory 27
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OUTLINE PART 1: The Scientific Method PART 2: Research Design PART 3: Data Analysis PART 4: Interpretation 28
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RESEARCH DESIGN 3 basic types of designs Experimental (Lab & Field) Quasi-experimental Nonexperimental (Survey & Observation) Also called “correlational” research
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DESIGNING/PERFORMING A STUDY 3 basic types of designs Experimental (Lab & Field) Quasi-experimental Nonexperimental (Survey & Observation)
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DESIGNING/PERFORMING A STUDY 3 basic types of designs Experimental (Lab & Field) Has an experimental manipulation Random assignment to conditions Quasi-experimental Nonexperimental (Survey & Observation)
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Sample Control Condition Experimental Condition Dependent/Response/Criterion variable ________________________: Each member of sample has equal probability of being assigned to each condition/ treatment. Independent (e.g., Predictor) variable
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Sample Control Condition Experimental Condition Dependent/Response/Criterion variable Independent (e.g., Predictor) variable _________________: Individuals are assigned to different conditions in which they receive different interventions. ________________________: Each member of sample has equal probability of being assigned to each condition/ treatment.
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EXAMPLES OF MANIPULATIONS Motivation: Goal setting specificity ‘Try your best’ vs. ‘Try to complete 10 puzzles’ Leadership: Apologizing No apology (control) vs. Partial Apology vs. Full Apology Recruitment: Diversity statements Diversity statement present vs. No diversity
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DESIGNING/PERFORMING A STUDY 3 basic types of designs Experimental (Lab & Field) Quasi-experimental Nonexperimental (Survey & Observation)
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DESIGNING/PERFORMING A STUDY 3 basic types of designs Experimental (Lab & Field) Quasi-experimental Has an experimental ________________ But no _____________________ typically use pre-existing groups Nonexperimental (Survey & Observation)
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DESIGNING/PERFORMING A STUDY 3 basic types of designs Experimental (Lab & Field) Quasi-experimental Nonexperimental (Survey & Observation)
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DESIGNING/PERFORMING A STUDY 3 basic types of designs
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