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PsychExchange.co.uk Shared Resource

  1. 1. GOLDSTEIN: 1. One aim was to assess how reliable the Quick Check & evaluation DSM was. What was another one?1. One aim was to assess how reliable the 2. What method of research was she using? DSM was. What was another one? 3. What type of study was it?2. What method of research was she using? 4. What kind of data did she use?3. What type of study was it? 5. Size of her sample?4. What kind of data did she use? 6. How did she test for reliability of5. Size of her sample? diagnosis?6. How did she test for reliability of 7. She investigated premorbid functioning – diagnosis? what does that mean?7. She investigated premorbid functioning – 8. What did she find overall? what does that mean? 9. What did premorbid functioning affect?8. What did she find overall? 10. What did social functioning affect?9. What did premorbid functioning affect?10. What did social functioning affect? 11. It has been argued that the study is not generalizable due to Goldstein’s sample. Why?11. It has been argued that the study is not generalizable due to Goldstein’s sample. Why? 12. The use of secondary data is considered a strength of this study – why?12. The use of secondary data is considered a 13. Her methods were considered valid strength of this study – why? because?13. Her methods were considered valid because? 14. However there may have been…… which can affect…14. However there may have been…… which can affect… 15. Do you think the study is reliable? Why?15. Do you think the study is reliable? Why? GOLDSTEIN: Quick Check & evaluation

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