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Stats/Methods I JEOPARDY

Jeopardy Scientific Method Getting Started Ethics Measurement Sampling $100 $100 $200 $200 $300 $300

Jeopardy Scientific Method Getting Started Ethics Measurement Sampling $100 $100 $200 $200 $300 $300 $400 $400 $500 $500

Scientific Method--$100 The method of inquiry which involves relying on an expert’s opinion answer

Scientific Method--$100 The method of inquiry which involves relying on an expert’s opinion answer

Scientific Method--$200 The method of inquiry you are using if you refuse to stay

Scientific Method--$200 The method of inquiry you are using if you refuse to stay in a hotel room on the 13 th floor…Everyone knows 13 is bad luck. answer

Scientific Method--$300 Science prefers this kind of explanation because it relies on the fewest

Scientific Method--$300 Science prefers this kind of explanation because it relies on the fewest possible assumptions—keep it simple, stupid… answer

Scientific Method--$400 The first formal psychology laboratory was established by this researcher in this

Scientific Method--$400 The first formal psychology laboratory was established by this researcher in this country. answer

Scientific Method-$500 Three of the many research or specialty areas in modern day psychology.

Scientific Method-$500 Three of the many research or specialty areas in modern day psychology. answer

Getting Started--$100 This kind of observation can often be a great source of research

Getting Started--$100 This kind of observation can often be a great source of research ideas, but a poor source for scientific data. answer

Getting Started--$200 This tri-college-sponsored psychology conference is held every spring and is a great

Getting Started--$200 This tri-college-sponsored psychology conference is held every spring and is a great way to network with fellow researchers. answer

Getting Started--$300 This section of a research report includes a statement of the problem

Getting Started--$300 This section of a research report includes a statement of the problem under investigation, a review of the literature, and specific hypotheses regarding the outcome of the research. answer

Getting Started--$400 Type of source which summarizes an original research report. A review article

Getting Started--$400 Type of source which summarizes an original research report. A review article is one of these. answer

Getting Started--$500 The name and update rate of the major academic database for psychology.

Getting Started--$500 The name and update rate of the major academic database for psychology. answer

Ethics--$100 Presenting someone’s work or ideas as your own. answer

Ethics--$100 Presenting someone’s work or ideas as your own. answer

Ethics--$200 Psychologists’ ethical responsibilities fall into these 2 broad categories. answer

Ethics--$200 Psychologists’ ethical responsibilities fall into these 2 broad categories. answer

Ethics--$300 Research participants sign this to document their understanding and voluntary participation in the

Ethics--$300 Research participants sign this to document their understanding and voluntary participation in the study. answer

Ethics--$400 Issues raised by Milgram’s obedience experiment prompted the psychological community to publish these.

Ethics--$400 Issues raised by Milgram’s obedience experiment prompted the psychological community to publish these. answer

Ethics--$500 A deliberate attempt to misrepresent research findings. answer

Ethics--$500 A deliberate attempt to misrepresent research findings. answer

Measurement-$100 Scale consisting of discrete categories which specify qualitative differences. answer

Measurement-$100 Scale consisting of discrete categories which specify qualitative differences. answer

Measurement--$200 In general, the degree to which the measurement process measures what it claims

Measurement--$200 In general, the degree to which the measurement process measures what it claims to measure. answer

Measurement--$300 Using the same instrument to repeatedly measure the same construct should yield this

Measurement--$300 Using the same instrument to repeatedly measure the same construct should yield this type of reliability. answer

Measurement--$400 It is possible for a test to be ______ without being valid. answer

Measurement--$400 It is possible for a test to be ______ without being valid. answer

Measurement--$500 The 3 general modalities of measurement. answer

Measurement--$500 The 3 general modalities of measurement. answer

Sampling--$100 In general, this kind of sample exhibits the same characteristics as the population.

Sampling--$100 In general, this kind of sample exhibits the same characteristics as the population. answer

Sampling--$200 Type of sampling used when population is unknown and each element can not

Sampling--$200 Type of sampling used when population is unknown and each element can not be listed. answer

Sampling--$300 A subset of the target population, consisting of those individuals who are available

Sampling--$300 A subset of the target population, consisting of those individuals who are available to be recruited as participants in the study. answer

Sampling--$400 Another name for the different layers or levels existing within a particular characteristic

Sampling--$400 Another name for the different layers or levels existing within a particular characteristic of a population. answer

Sampling--$500 Name 2 out of the 4 methods of probability sampling. answer

Sampling--$500 Name 2 out of the 4 methods of probability sampling. answer

Scientific Method--$100 A: What is the method of authority? Back to board

Scientific Method--$100 A: What is the method of authority? Back to board

Scientific Method--$200 A: What is the method of tenacity? Back to board

Scientific Method--$200 A: What is the method of tenacity? Back to board

Scientific Method--$300 A: What is parsimonious? Back to board

Scientific Method--$300 A: What is parsimonious? Back to board

Scientific Method--$400 A: What is Wundt and Germany? Back to board

Scientific Method--$400 A: What is Wundt and Germany? Back to board

Scientific Method--$500 A: What are (any 3) Behavior analysis, cognitive, social, biological, neuroscience, educational,

Scientific Method--$500 A: What are (any 3) Behavior analysis, cognitive, social, biological, neuroscience, educational, school, clinical, etc. ? Back to board

Getting Started--$100 A: What is unsystematic or casual observation? Back to board

Getting Started--$100 A: What is unsystematic or casual observation? Back to board

Getting Started--$200 A: What is the Red River Psychology Conference? Back to board

Getting Started--$200 A: What is the Red River Psychology Conference? Back to board

Getting Started--$300 A: What is the Introduction? Back to board

Getting Started--$300 A: What is the Introduction? Back to board

Getting Started--$400 A: What is a secondary source? Back to board

Getting Started--$400 A: What is a secondary source? Back to board

Getting Started--$500 A: What is Psyc. INFO and monthly? Back to board

Getting Started--$500 A: What is Psyc. INFO and monthly? Back to board

Ethics--$100 A: What is plagiarism? Back to board

Ethics--$100 A: What is plagiarism? Back to board

Ethics--$200 A: What is (1) to research participants and (2) to science? Back to

Ethics--$200 A: What is (1) to research participants and (2) to science? Back to board

Ethics--$300 A: What is a consent form? Back to board

Ethics--$300 A: What is a consent form? Back to board

Ethics--$400 A: What are the APA ethical guidelines? Back to board

Ethics--$400 A: What are the APA ethical guidelines? Back to board

Ethics--$500 A: What is fraud? Back to board

Ethics--$500 A: What is fraud? Back to board

Measurement--$100 A: What is a nominal scale? Back to board

Measurement--$100 A: What is a nominal scale? Back to board

Measurement--$200 A: What is validity? Back to board

Measurement--$200 A: What is validity? Back to board

Measurement--$300 A: What is test-retest? Back to board

Measurement--$300 A: What is test-retest? Back to board

Measurement--$400 A: What is reliable? Back to board

Measurement--$400 A: What is reliable? Back to board

Measurement--$500 A: What are (1) self-report, (2) physiological, and (3) behavioral measures? Back to

Measurement--$500 A: What are (1) self-report, (2) physiological, and (3) behavioral measures? Back to board

Sampling--$100 A: What is a representative sample? Back to board

Sampling--$100 A: What is a representative sample? Back to board

Sampling--$200 A: What is non-probability sampling? Back to board

Sampling--$200 A: What is non-probability sampling? Back to board

Sampling--$300 A: What is the accessible population? Back to board

Sampling--$300 A: What is the accessible population? Back to board

Sampling--$400 A: What are strata? Back to board

Sampling--$400 A: What are strata? Back to board

Sampling--$500 A: What are: (any two) Simple random sampling Systematic sampling Stratified random sampling

Sampling--$500 A: What are: (any two) Simple random sampling Systematic sampling Stratified random sampling Proportionate stratified random sampling? Back to board