Quiz 2: Tools of Relationship Science
An Effect That Is Large Enough to Occur Less Than
An effect that is large enough to occur less than 5 percent of the time if the null hypothesis were true is called a: A) meaningful statistical effect. B) statistically important effect. C) statistically significant effect. D) meta-analytic effect.
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Michael has obtained the results from all the published and unpublished studies he can find on the association between cohabitation prior to marriage and later marital functioning. He combined the studies and analyzed them to determine whether cohabitation has a negative effect on later relationship satisfaction. This is an example of: A) a statistically significant effect. B) a meta-analysis. C) disconfirmation of the null hypothesis. D) a research review.
Which is an example of the Òshowing respect for personsÓ principle? A) maintaining confidentiality B) asking nontrivial questions C) publishing only part of the data that couples have provided D) not harming the research participants
________ means not sharing participantsÕ information with people not directly involved with the research, whereas ________ means that, if it were inadvertently released, participantsÕ information could not be linked to them. A) Anonymity; confidentiality B) Confidentiality; informed consent C) Anonymity; informed consent D) Confidentiality; anonymity
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