History, Approaches & Research Methods (AP Psychology): Questions 104 - 108 of 212

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Question number: 104

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Dr. Berry conducts an experiment to see whether hunger makes mice run faster through a maze and for this he randomly assigns 25 mice to a control group or an experimental group. Which cannot be a confounding variable?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

The population from which he selected the mice

b.

When the experiment takes place

c.

Where the experiment takes place

d.

How fast the mice are before the race

Question number: 105

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A correlational study is one that determines

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Choice (4) Response

a.

understanding predictor variable.

b.

the relationship between two events.

c.

the relationship between the independent and the dependent variable.

d.

cause-effect relationships.

Question number: 106

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The steps involved in the scientific method include?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

axioms

b.

fallacies

c.

hypothetical theory formulation

d.

experimentation

Question number: 107

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In psychological research, a ________ is defined as an entity that can occur with different values

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Choice (4) Response

a.

variable

b.

experiment group

c.

measurement system

d.

hypothesis

Question number: 108

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The control group and the experimental group in an experiment are treated exactly the same except for the

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Choice (4) Response

a.

independent variable.

b.

intervening variables.

c.

extraneous variables.

d.

replication variables.

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