Challenge Level 1

Using your knowledge of
psychology, briefly outline
what is meant by ecological
validity.

Challenge Le...
Challenge Level 2

Challenge Level 2

Challenge Level 2

Compare the structured
questionnaires with
unstructured questionn...
Challenge Level 2
Challenge Level 2
Compare the experimental
and observational methods.

Challenge Level 2

Challenge Leve...
Challenge Level 3

Challenge Level 3

Challenge Level 3

Discuss the strengths and
limitations of using the
experimental m...
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  1. 1. Challenge Level 1 Using your knowledge of psychology, briefly outline what is meant by ecological validity. Challenge Level 1 Challenge Level 1 Identify two pieces of experimental research that collect quantitative data. Challenge Level 1 Outline one ethical issue when conducting observational research. Outline what is meant by the term ‘longitudinal studies’ Challenge Level 1 Challenge Level 1 Describe the case study method Identify and describe three sampling techniques. Challenge Level 1 Describe the self-report method used in psychology. Challenge Level 1 Outline the differences between qualitative and quantitative data? Challenge Level 1 Identify and describe the three experimental designs
  2. 2. Challenge Level 2 Challenge Level 2 Challenge Level 2 Compare the structured questionnaires with unstructured questionnaires Outline the experimental methods used in psychology. Describe two laboratory experiments in psychology. Challenge Level 2 Challenge Level 2 Discuss the strengths of field experiments in psychology. Challenge Level 2 Describe two pieces of psychological research that use the self-report method. Challenge Level 2 Describe examples of high ecological validity from any two pieces of psychological research. Challenge Level 2 Describe ethical issues raised by any two pieces of experimental research. Compare the ecological validity of laboratory experiments with the ecological validity of field experiments. Challenge Level 2 Compare the self-report method with the observational method.
  3. 3. Challenge Level 2 Challenge Level 2 Compare the experimental and observational methods. Challenge Level 2 Challenge Level 2 Compare the experimental method with the case study. Challenge Level 2 Describe two studies that have been longitudinal Challenge Level 2 Describe the strengths and weaknesses of using a random sample. Describe the strengths of using content analysis in psychological research. Describe the weaknesses of using content analysis in psychological research. Challenge Level 2 Challenge Level 2 Challenge Level 2 Describe the use of counterbalancing in psychological research. Describe the strengths and weaknesses of using a repeated measures design in psychological research. Describe the strengths and weaknesses of using an independent groups design.
  4. 4. Challenge Level 3 Challenge Level 3 Challenge Level 3 Discuss the strengths and limitations of using the experimental method to investigate behaviour. Discuss two examples of research where ethics have been questioned and state what was/could have been down to overcome these issues. Discuss the extent to which psychology can be considered a science. Challenge Level 3 Challenge Level 3 Challenge Level 3 Discuss the strengths and weakness of using the selfreport method. Challenge Level 3 Discuss the strengths and limitations of longitudinal studies in psychological research. Discuss the usefulness of psychological research that collects qualitative data. Challenge Level 3 Compare the experimental method with the self-report method. Discuss the strengths and limitations of using the selfreport method to investigate behaviour. Challenge Level 3 Discuss the strengths and limitations of conducting psychological research where ecological validity is low. Use examples of psychological research to support your answer.

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