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Which of the General Principles of the American Psychological Association

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Which of the General Principles of the American Psychological Association relates to maximizing the positive outcomes and minimizing negative outcomes of work?;Question 1 options;A) fidelity and responsibility;B) integrity;C) respect for people's rights and dignity;D) beneficence and nonmaleficence;Question 2;The results section of an APA style report will contain________.;Question 2 options;A) information about the outcome of the statistical tests used to analyze the data.;B) a statement about the research hypotheses.;C) the number and types of participants.;D) an integration of the data with theory.;Question 3;The interpretation of data analyses takes place in what section of an APA style report?;Question 3 options;A) abstract;B) references;C) results;D) discussion;Question 4;If a journal article has a title like "The effect of manipulating noise levels on learning", that research is likely to be;Question 4 options;A) observational research.;B) correlational research.;C) experimental research;D) qualitative research.;Question 5;If a researcher wanted to see if people in a good mood are more likely to assist others who need help, he or she could set up a situation where a participant would find a dollar on the ground, then see if that person helped somebody in need. In this study, finding the money would be;Question 5 options;A) a hypothetical construct;B) the dependent variable.;C) the operational definition of good mood.;D) the independent variable;Question 6;Researchers have discovered that children experiencing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) show improvements if they attend classes on involving behavioral and social skills, compared to a group of ADHD children who did not attend the classes.;The group of children who attended the classes constitute the;Question 6 options;A)experimental group.;B) independent group.;C) control group.;D) placebo group.;Question 7;Researchers have discovered that children experiencing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) show improvements if they attend classes on involving behavioral and social skills, compared to a group of ADHD children who did not attend the classes.;The group of children who did not attend the classes constitute the;Question 7 options;A) experimental group.;B) independent group.;C) control group.;D) randomized group;Question 8;Researchers try to create groups that, before an experiment begins, are similar with respect to the dependent variable. The most common way of achieving this goal is through;Question 8 options;A) random assignment.;B) double blind studies.;C) the use of control groups.;D) by eliminating demand characteristics.;Question 9;In an experiment testing the effects of alcohol on performance, Group A receives 3 nonalcoholic beers, Group B receives 6 nonalcoholic beers, Group C receives 3 alcoholic beers, and Group D receives 6 alcoholic beers.;The independent variable(s) in this experiment is/are;Question 9 options;A) amount of alcohol.;B) number of drinks.;C) both a and b;D) none of the above;Question 10;Which of the following is not an example of an operational definition?;Question 10 options;A)great grandpa's recipe for moonshine;B)an actor has memorized his lines when he can repeat all of his lines twice without an error;C) reaction time is the interval between the presentation of a stimulus and the participant's response;D) a rat is hungry when the rat craves food;Question 11;Name each of the sections from an APA research lab report. Briefly describe what goes in each one.;Question 12;Give an example of a directional hypothesis.;Question 13;Name two aspects of a research study that must be considered when determining if it is ethical.;Question 14;Give three operational definitions for anger;Question 15;Suppose you wanted to compare students in two different classes, assessing whether research methods or social psychology leads to more favorable ratings of how interesting psychology is.;Why would it be important to consider selection, attrition, and history?;Question 16 (25 points) Question 16 Unsaved;Design an experiment aimed at testing the following hypothesis;Children who wear a school uniform perform better academically than children who do not wear a school uniform.;You can use bullets or paragraphs, but need to address the following key study elements;IV;DV;Experimental study design;Assignment & Measurement;Analysis;Ethical consideration;Additional Requirements;Level of Detail: Only answer needed

 

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