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Define each of the qualitative research designs: naturalistic observation, ethnographic inquiry, archival study. When is deception allowed in an



Define each of the qualitative research designs: naturalistic observation, ethnographic inquiry, archival study.

When is deception allowed in an experiment?

What is the IRB and what are they responsible for doing? 

Define plagiarism? (using someone else's work without giving credit to the original source.)

Define the characteristic of an ex post facto study. 

Define reliability and validity.

Define internal validity and external validity.

What is the difference between descriptive and inferential research?   

What is the difference between positive correlation and negative correlation? 

Define each of the response categories for questionnaires, open-ended, multiple choice, Likert-type scale, forced alternative.

What’s the difference between the experimental group and the control group? 

Define independent variable and dependent variable. 

What is meant by manipulation of the independent variable?

What is an extraneous variable? Provide two examples. 

Describe why an extraneous variable is a problem. What specifically is affected? 

Describe how one would increase power in an experiment. 

Look up Thelonious Monk – he is not in your text or PowerPoint materials

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