Research Methods

star goldstar goldstar goldstar goldstar greyFemaleMale
37 Questions - Developed by: - Developed on: - 41 taken

This is a quiz about A Level Psychology Research Methods

  • 1
    What does the experimenter measure in an experiment?
  • 2
    What term is used for a significant change in the dominant unifying theory within a scientific discipline?
  • 3
    What is falsifiability?
  • 4
    If it measures what it's supposed to?
  • 5
    What is co-current validity?
  • 6
    What does operationalising mean?
  • 7
    Stating there is no difference between conditions?
  • 8
    Strength of repeated measures?
  • 9
    What is a natural experiment?
  • 10
    Which is a limitation of quasi-experiments?
  • 11
    What does the British Psychological Society do?
  • 12
    Which of the following is NOT an ethical issue?
  • 13
    What approach should ethical committees have?
  • 14
    What is a stratified sample?
  • 15
    In what type of observation is the participant unaware they are being watched?
  • 16
    Which of the following is not a limitation of naturalistic sampling?
  • 17
    What type of observation may lack objectivity?
  • 18
    What is the limitation of structured observations?
  • 19
    What is a behavioural category?
  • 20
    A type of sampling better suited to represent behaviour as a whole?
  • 21
    When one variable increases the other decreases?
  • 22
    A significant correlation coefficient?
  • 23
    NOT a strength of correlational data?
  • 24
    Show categories and differences?
  • 25
    Probability that the result is due to chance?
  • 26
    Left peak. Mode, medium and then mean?
  • 27
    Measures of central tendency are at the peak?
  • 28
    Use the medium and range?
  • 29
    Type one error?
  • 30
    Ordered data that lacks equal units?
  • 31
    Which of the following is NOT a criteria for the parametric test?
  • 32
    Wilcoxon does NOT need
  • 33
    Which is NOT a function of a peer review?
  • 34
    Which is NOT a problem with peer reviews?
  • 35
    Which is not a stage of content analysis (indirectly studying communication)?
  • 36
    Watching the same event on separate occasions to see if the results are similar
  • 37
    Features of a scientific report

Comment function without the Quiz / FF / list

Comments (0)

autorenew