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Psych 495 Ch 2 Lists

Lists from the Text Chapter 02

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test-retest internal consistency 2 most common tests of reliability
self-report unobtrusive physiological implicit cognition 4 types of measures
stereotypes prejudice behavior elements assessed by self-report measures
behavior judgment elements assessed by unobtrusive measures
covariation time precedence of cause absence of alternate explanations 3 criteria for causation
laboratory field within surveys individual difference - variables within experiments 4 types of experiment
correlational studies experiments ethnographic studies content analysis 4 types of research strategies
probability sample convenience sample 2 types of surveys
convergent discriminant 2 types of validity
priming implicit association test (IAT) two most common types of implicit cognition measures
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