Within Subjects Design: The same group of individuals participates in all of the
different treatment conditions (i.e., repeated-measures design). (study Figure 9.1, p. 225).
Removes the variance caused by individual differences between groups (
Short Article Journal Review #1
George S. Robinson, Jr.
(Pintrich & de Groot, 1990)
Pintrich, P. R., & de Groot, E. V. (1990). Motivational and self-regulated learning components of
classroom academic performance. Journal of Educational Ps
April 29th, 2016
The research I collected was simple. All of the articles I chose dealt with the
everyday stressors college students face on a day-to-day basis. Students go off to college
and are face
February 15, 2016
Kalso, E. (2005). Oxycodone. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 29 (5S). S47S56.
Purpose: The purpose of this research study was to examine the short, as well as
HALSTEAD CATEGORY TEST
Halstead Category Test
Cassidy Morin and Diamond Moyler
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
HALSTEAD CATEGORY TEST
The Halstead Category Test is the full name. The HCT contains 7 subparts.
The HCT is a n
March 28, 2017
PSYCH MEMORY & COGNITION
My favorite my food to prepare is spaghetti. Spaghetti is a simple meal to make,
which is part of the reason it is my favorite meal. When preparing spaghetti, the first
step involves boi
Descriptive vs. Inferential Statistics
1* Represents a collection of systematically made observations or measurements.
2* Describes and summarizes data
3* organizing sample data
4* calculating average values
5* calculating values of
Study Guide Exam 1
Topic 1: Acquiring Knowledge and Research Methods
Study and know the following concepts:
Replication (why is it important?)
o Testable hypothesis
o Refutable hypothesis
Nuremberg Code Notes
A set of 10 guidelines for the ethical treatment of human participants in research. (see
Table 4.1, p. 101). Resulting from the crimes committed at Nuremberg, Germany
in 1947 during WWII in Nazi concentration camps.
Ethics in Psycho
The Seven Main Parts of an APA Style Research Paper (in order)
1. Title Page: The title page is the cover page of an APA style research paper. It includes a
page header, the first two or three words from the title of the paper, and the page
Chapter 9 Notes
Discrete Variable: a variable that consists of separate, indivisible categories. No values
can exist between two neighboring categories.
Continuous Variable: a variable that has an infinite number of possible values that fall
between any t
Chapters 8 Notes
Research strategy: A general approach to research determined by the kind of question
that the research study hopes to answer.
Research design: A general plan for implementing a research strategy. A research
design specifies whether the st
Chapter 7: Experimental Research Strategy
NEW TERMS AND KEY WORDS
experimental research strategy
experiment, or true experiment
levels of the IV
Chapter 5 Notes
Population: The entire set of individuals of interest to a researcher.
Target Population: A group that is defined by the researchers specific interests. (ex. All
students at NCA&TSU)
Accessible Population: A group of interest that is acces
Chapter 3 Notes
Chapter 3: Defining and Measuring Variables
Know the following concepts:
Variable: Characteristics or conditions that change or have different values for
o Often, there is not a one-to-one relationship between the v