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Famous Psychology Experiments. Conducting Psychology Experiments. Hypothesis. Scientific method Hypothesis formulation. =. Operationalization. Operationalization: to put an experiment into a form that allows researchers to test the hypothesis
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Famous Psychology Experiments

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Conducting Psychology Experiments

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Hypothesis

  • Scientific method

  • Hypothesis formulation

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Operationalization

  • Operationalization: to put an experiment into a form that allows researchers to test the hypothesis

  • Independent variable: the variable that researchers control

  • Dependent variable: the variable that researchers are studying

  • What other questions should the researchers ask?

Independent variable

Dependent variable

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Operationalization (continued)

  • Confounding variables

  • Reliability

  • Validity

SCARY

= ?

What makes a movie scary?

How can we tell if a child has had a nightmare?

What else might cause nightmares?

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Conducting the experiment

Experimenting, Recording Results, Conclusion

Recording the results

Drawing conclusions

does cause

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Correlation vs. Causation

Correlation versus causation: just because two things are related doesn’t mean one thing caused the other

Just because

happened

happened and then

doesn’t necessarily mean that

caused

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Replication and Theory Development

  • Replication

  • Theory development

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Experiment 1 results

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Experiment 2 results

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Experiment 3 results

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THEORY:

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Ethical Issues

  • Is it right to experiment on people?

  • What limits should there be?

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Ethical Issues

  • Is it right to experiment on animals?

  • What limits should there be?


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