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In an experiment, an interaction can be obtained only when

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1. In an experiment, an interaction can be obtained only when;a.;the experiment involves more than one independent variable.;b.;the experiment involves more than one dependent variable.;c.;the experiment confounds either two independent variables or two psychological processes.;d.;the results depend upon the combination of the dependent variables.;2. For which of the following situations would a within-subjects design be the most appropriate design?;a.;we want to know whether training rats to learn one maze will aid learning a second, different maze;b.;we want to know whether rats prefer a solution sweetened with sugar more than a solution sweetened with saccharin;c.;we want to know whether a particular brain lesion will affect a rats preference for a sweet solution;d.;we want to know whether ingesting alcohol will increase rats preference for an alcoholic drink over a non-alcoholic drink

 

Paper#23953 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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