POST PSY341 UNIT 1 QUIZ LATEST 2016 FEBRUARYâ?¢ Question 133 out of 33 pointsPlease take a look at t

POST PSY341 UNIT 1 QUIZ LATEST 2016
FEBRUARY• Question 133 out of 33 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Milgram – Behavioral
Study of Obedience.pdfMilgrim’s study might be considered unethical because it puts the
participants under emotional duress.• Question 233 out of 33 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Milgram – Behavioral
Study of Obedience.pdfMilgrim’s study might be considered unethical because it causes
physical harm to participants by shocking them.• Question 30 out of 34 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Milgram – Behavioral
Study of Obedience.pdfAnother reason Milgrim’s study might be considered unethical is
that it involves deception without debriefing the participants at the end.
Which of the following principles does that involve the most?POST PSY341 UNIT 2 QUIZ LATEST 2016
FEBRUARY• Question 10 out of 33 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Chan et al – Effects
of music on depression in older people.pdfWhich of the following is a hypothesis from the study?• Question 20 out of 33 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Chan et al – Effects
of music on depression in older people.pdfWhich of the following is the Independent Variable?• Question 334 out of 34 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Chan et al – Effects
of music on depression in older people.pdfWhich of the following is the Dependent Variable of this study?POST PSY341 UNIT 3 QUIZ LATEST 2016
FEBRUARY• Question 133 out of 33 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Milgram – Behavioral
Study of Obedience.pdfHow many participants were there in the study?• Question 233 out of 33 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Milgram – Behavioral
Study of Obedience.pdfWhat was the gender of the participants in the study?• Question 334 out of 34 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Milgram – Behavioral
Study of Obedience.pdfWhat was the ethnicity of the participants in the study?POST PSY341 UNIT 4 QUIZ LATEST 2016
FEBRUARY• Question 10 out of 17 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Teng et al – Video
games and Aggression.pdfThe Independent Variable of the above article is playing violent
video games. How is that operationalized?• Question 20 out of 17 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Teng et al – Video
games and Aggression.pdfOne of the Dependent Variables of the above article is Trait
Aggression. How is that operationalized?• Question 317 out of 17 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Teng et al – Video
games and Aggression.pdfThe study has three Dependent Variables: Trait Aggression,
Attitudes toward Violence, and empathy. Which of the following was not an
operationalization of any of those three variables?• Question 40 out of 17 pointsWould this be a good operationalization? Dr Jackson wants to
measure depression by asking for a person’s level of suicidality.• Question 516 out of 16 pointsWould this be a good operationalization? Dr. Rivera wants to
measure happiness by observing how frequently a person smiles• Question 616 out of 16 pointsWould this be a good operationalization? Dr. Cheng wants to
measure intelligence by recording how much a person sleeps.POST PSY341 UNIT 5 QUIZ LATEST 2016
FEBRUARY• Question 10 out of 17 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Rensburg – The
effects of exercise on cigarette cravings.pdfPlease identify the design of the experiment:.• Question 217 out of 17 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Rensburg – The
effects of exercise on cigarette cravings.pdfPlease identify the design of the study:• Question 317 out of 17 pointsPlease take a look at the following study: Rensburg – The effects
of exercise on cigarette cravings.pdfPlease identify the design of this study:• Question 40 out of 17 pointsYou are an experimenter, and you give your participants the prompt
of: “Tell me about your favorite food.” You then create a number of themes that
you find based on their responses. Which type of study is this?• Question 50 out of 16 pointsYou are an experimenter, and your study involves examining a very
specific area of substance use. You review the literature and form the
hypothesis that adolescents are more likely to drink alcohol if their peers are
drinking it than compared to if their parents are drinking it. Which type of
study is this most likely to be?• Question 60 out of 16 pointsYou are an experimenter, and you want to learn more about fish.
You scuba dive underwater and take notes on the general behaviors and habits of
fish. Which type of study is this most likely to be?POST PSY341 UNIT 6 QUIZ LATEST 2016
FEBRUARY• Question 133 out of 33 pointsPlease take a look at the following link: Toyin – Comparisons of
Test Anxiety Level.pdfWhat was the statistical test used for all of the four hypotheses
in the above article?• Question 20 out of 33 pointsPlease take a look at the following link: Toyin – Comparisons of
Test Anxiety Level.pdfWhy was the t-test the most appropriate test for all four
hypotheses?• Question 334 out of 34 pointsPlease take a look at the following article: Toyin – Comparisons
of Test Anxiety Level.pdfWhich of the following were not compared using a t-test in the
above study?POST PSY341 UNIT 7 QUIZ LATEST 2016
FEBRUARYQuestion 133 out of 33 pointsAn experiment examines the
effect of age on anxiety. In this dataset, people were divided into two groups:
those below 30 and those above 70. The numbers below each group reflect how
much anxiety they reported from 0 (no anxiety) to 100 (extreme anxiety). The
higher the number, the more anxiety they reported.Looking at the provided
output of the data, where would you find who reported more anxiety?MeanVarianceObservationsQuestion 233 out of 33 pointsAn experiment examines the
effect of age on anxiety. In this dataset, people were divided into two groups:
those below 30 and those above 70. The numbers below each group reflect how
much anxiety they reported from 0 (no anxiety) to 100 (extreme anxiety). The
higher the number, the more anxiety they reported.Looking at the provided
output of the data, who reported having less anxiety?Those above 70Those below 30Those above 70 had a mean
(average) score of 21.Question 334 out of 34 pointsAn experiment examines the
effect of age on anxiety. In this dataset, people were divided into two groups:
those below 30 and those above 70. The numbers below each group reflect how
much anxiety they reported from 0 (no anxiety) to 100 (extreme anxiety). The
higher the number, the more anxiety they reported.Looking at the provided
output of the data, you can see that those who were above 70 reported having
less anxiety than those below 30. Did they report having significantly less
anxiety?YesNoPOST PSY341 UNIT 8 QUIZ LATEST 2016
FEBRUARYQuestion 133 out of 33 pointsA discussion section usually consists of 5 components:1. Presents the implications of the findings.2. Compares its findings to the findings of previous research and
provides reasons for any discrepancies.3. Discusses the limitations of the study.4. Provides suggestions for future studies.5. Concludes the study with a brief take-home message (This one
isn’t really there for this article).Point #2 states that the findings of this article were compared to
the findings of previous studies. Which of the following was not a previous
study compared to the findings of the current study?Faulkner, R. A., Davey, M., & Davey, A. (2005) Gender-related
predictors of change in marital satisfaction and marital conflict. The American
Journal of Family Therapy, 33, 61-83.Hatfield, E., & Sprecher, S. (1986) Measuring passionate love
in intimate relationships. Journal of Adolescence, 9, 383-410.Amato, P. R., Johnson, D. R., Booth, A., & Rogers, S. J.
(2003) Continuity and change in marital quality between 1980 and 2000. Journal
of Marriage and Family, 65, 1-22.Sprecher, S., & Regan, P. C. (1998) Passionate and
companionate love in courting and young married couples. Sociological Inquiry,
68, 163-185.Question 233 out of 33 pointsA discussion section usually consists of 5 components:1. Presents the implications of the findings.2. Compares its findings to the findings of previous research and
provides reasons for any discrepancies.3. Discusses the limitations of the study.4. Provides suggestions for future studies.5. Concludes the study with a brief take-home message (This one
isn’t really there for this article).Which of the following was not a reported limitation of the
current study?The study had low face validity.The participants were adults living in the U.S.There was a small sample size.Question 334 out of 34 pointsA discussion section usually consists of 5 components:1. Presents the implications of the findings.2. Compares its findings to the findings of previous research and
provides reasons for any discrepancies.3. Discusses the limitations of the study.4. Provides suggestions for future studies.5. Concludes the study with a brief take-home message (This one
isn’t really there for this article).Which of the following was a suggestion for future studies
provided by the authors?To use a bigger sample.To replicate the same study again.To use a cross-cultural sample.To increase the construct validity by using better indicators for
their variables.