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Quiz 6 :

Quantitative Research: Advanced Experimental Designs

Quiz 6 :

Quantitative Research: Advanced Experimental Designs

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The purpose of counter-balancing in a repeated measures design is to:
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Consider the following outline of a Soloman 4-Group Design. What should be inserted in the empty box? img
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Which of the following is true of a mixed experimental design?
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In a repeated measure design, different groups of participants are tested over time.
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The difference between an experimental design and a quasi experimental design is that an experiment is conducted in a controlled laboratory environment and a quasi-experiment is conducted in naturally occurring conditions.
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Reseachers have found that teens who report more problems at home are likely to be high-frequency viewers of slasher films. This finding demonstrates:
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To compare the means of more than two groups in a repeated measures design, which statistical test is appropriate?
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Researchers have found that teens that score moderate-to-high in fear and high in empathy are more likely to identify with the victim in violent slasher films, whereas teens who score low in fear and low in empathy are likely to identify with the killer in slasher films. This research demonstrates a/an:
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Imagine you are studying the effects of two independent variables, Exercise and Diet on Concentration, using a completely crossed factorial design. You have two levels for each independent variable (Exercise/No Exercise, and Diet with Sugar/Diet with No Sugar). You assign participants to conditions and assess effects on a concentration task. Which of the following best describes the factorial design?
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To compare the means of two groups in a repeated measures design, which statistical test is appropriate?
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