Ch12 Writing Assignment
Instructions: For each of the following case studies, play the role of a clinician and make the
most accurate diagnosis possible from the given information.
1. If you interacted with Scott briefly, you might think that he is normal
Running head: LAB 3
Lab 3
American University
LAB 3
Discussion
The lab involved playing the pairing game, where students would walk around with a list
of characteristics on their foreheads and try to find a partner. The game resulted in similar
characteri
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Methods
Participants
Participants of the study were the students of the psychology 116 lab that were in
attendance to class. This consisted of a primarily Caucasian population, ages 18-20, both
male and female.
Apparatus
The students rated
PSYC 116-001
Discussion Section
The null hypothesis is that the matching phenomenon is correct and people do
seek for other people on the same attractiveness level as themselves. The alternative
hypothesis is that the matching phenomenon is wrong, and eve
PSYC 116
18 November 2014
Polygraph Tests
Polygraph tests have been around for centuries, the first ones beginning with
techniques such as having a person under examination for dishonesty or a crime
swallow a trial slice of bread and cheese and seeing if
Discussion
The hypothesis was that students enjoyment of the foods they tasted would
increase after taking the miracle fruit supplement. The results of the study suggested
there was support for this hypothesis. There was a significant increase in the aver
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9/5/14
Laboratory 1
For this lab homework you are going to find an article related to psychology using
PubMed, PsycINFO or Google Scholar.
Using the abstract:
1. Summarize the content of the abstract using your own words
In 2001, John B. N
Research Subject
Informed Consent Form
Title of Study:
Correlation Between Body Image and Exercise
Principal Investigator:
Melanie Ziemnik
American University
4400 Mass Ave NW
[email protected]
216-551-0498
Emergency Contact:
Sophie Yager
802-4
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Homework #5
a. Mean and Standard Deviation
The average of students test scores without taking caffeine was 63.88 points
(SD = 0.035)
The average of students test scores with taking caffeine was 71.66 points
(SD = 0.035)
b. T-Test
t
PSYC-116-001, Fall 2014
Psychology as a Natural Science Lab
Prerequisite
Completion of the University Mathematics Requirement or concurrent enrollment in a
mathematics or statistics course that has MATH-15x Finite Mathematics as a prerequisite.
Course Goa
Running head: EXTRA CREDIT LAB
Extra Credit Lab
American University
EXTRA CREDIT LAB
Methods
Students participated in this lab by taking the limited hold memory task online from the
Kyoto University. Students took the task online via laptops. The task inv
NATURALISTIC OBSERVATION LAB 2
Naturalistic Observation Lab 2
American University
Methods
Participants
Participants in this lab were male and female, ranging in age from about 18 to 40 years
old. There were a variety of ethnicities represented but the par
Laboratory 4
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Homework
1. Write down a possible idea for your group project. Be ready to present them to your
group.
Group idea: Study the relationship between body image and amount people exercise.
Take a survey of body confidence potentia