Year 11 - ULTIMATE RESEARCH METHODS REVISION QUIZPlanning ResearchWhat is an alternate hypothesis?What is a null hypothesi...
Give one advantage of independent groupsdesignGive one disadvantage of independent groupsdesignWhat is a target population...
Doing ResearchThere are two different types of experiment you need to know. What are:Lab Experiment –Field experiment –Wha...
There are four types of observation. Explain what these mean:Participant observationNon participant observationCovert obse...
Analysing ResearchExplain the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.When we need to describe data we use de...
Evaluating ResearchWhat do these terms mean:Validity:Ecological Validity:Reliability:Demand Characteristics:Observer Effec...
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  1. 1. Year 11 - ULTIMATE RESEARCH METHODS REVISION QUIZPlanning ResearchWhat is an alternate hypothesis?What is a null hypothesis?What is independent variable?What is dependent variable?What is an extraneous variable?What word means keeping other variables constant? An experimental design can either be repeated measures or independent groupsWhat does ‘repeated measures’ mean?Give one advantage of repeated measures designGive one disadvantage of repeated measures designWhat does ‘independent groups’ mean?
  2. 2. Give one advantage of independent groupsdesignGive one disadvantage of independent groupsdesignWhat is a target population?What is a sample?What random sampling?What is opportunity sampling? ETHICS! These are all ethical consideration – what do they mean?Informed consent –Right to withdraw –Confidentiality –Protection of participants –
  3. 3. Doing ResearchThere are two different types of experiment you need to know. What are:Lab Experiment –Field experiment –What is good about a lab experiment?What is good about a field experiment? Instead of experiments sometimes researchers use self report methods. Interviews and questionnaires are both SELF REPORT METHODSGive one advantage of using questionnairesGive one disadvantage of using questionnairesGive one advantage of using interviewsGive one disadvantage of using questionnairesExplain the difference between and open and a closed question.
  4. 4. There are four types of observation. Explain what these mean:Participant observationNon participant observationCovert observationOvert observationAll of these methods and experiments can be used in a variety of studies. What are thesetypes of studies:Case studyCorrelation studyLongitudinal studyCross-sectional study Cont. on next page
  5. 5. Analysing ResearchExplain the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.When we need to describe data we use descriptive statistics. There are three types.Explain the meaning of them:MeanMedianModeWhen would be a bad time to use the mean?When would be a bad time use the median?When would be a bad time to use the mode?Results need to be shown graphically in a table, a bar chart or a line graph. Tick if you know whatthose are. Cross if you don’t.
  6. 6. Evaluating ResearchWhat do these terms mean:Validity:Ecological Validity:Reliability:Demand Characteristics:Observer Effect:Social Desirability:Gender bias:Cultural bias:Experimenter bias

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