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  1. 1. Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Psychology Topic 11 Research Methods Types of data (pp. 161-162) Learning objectives: 1) To learn the difference between primary and secondary data. 2) To learn the difference between qualitative and quantitative data. Task 1: Key terminology: try to write it in your own words! Try to draw a picture or a key word/phrase to help you remember each in the right hand column. Primary data Secondary data Meta-analysis Task 2: Answer the following questions: 1) Complete the following table. Topic Researchers Name of study Primary or secondary data? Explain why. Development Piaget and Inhelder (1956) Gunderson et al. (2013) Memory Bartlett (1932) Peterson and Peterson (1959) Psychological Problems Caspi et al. (2003) Young (2007) The brain and neuropsychology Damasio et al. (1994) Sperry (1968)
  2. 2. Criminal psychology Bandura, Ross and Ross (1961) Charlton et al. (2000) Sleep and dreaming Freud (1909) Siffre (1975) Task 3: Complete the following table. Similarities Differences Secondary data are not gathered for the researcher’s purpose… Studies using primary and/or secondary data… Task 4: Key terminology: try to write it in your own words! Try to draw a picture or a key word/phrase to help you remember each in the right hand column. Qualitative data Quantitative data
  3. 3. Task 5: Explain two differences between qualitative and quantitative data. (4 marks) Task 6: Complete the following table. Similarities Differences Both qualitative and quantitative data… Qualitative and quantitate data can come from the same method at the same time… Usually qualitative data is said to be less scientific… Task 7: 1) Give two examples of studies we have looked at throughout the course that have collected qualitative data. 2) Give two examples of studies we have looked at throughout the course that have collected quantitative data.

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