Psychology - Research terms revision

Experimental terminology (Research Methods) For AQA A psychology.
What E tells you if there is a causal relationship between variables?. What C is a research method that tells you how strongly two variables are related?. What O is a research method that involves watching and recording but not interfering?. What Q is a research method that asks people to respond in writing?. What I is the variable in an experiment that is manipulated by the experimenter?. What D is measured in an experiment?. What C does the researcher try to keep constant?. What L is a specially designed place for conducting research?. What C is the number that tells you how strong a correlation is?. What S is the graph that allows you to assess the strength of correlations?. What Q is a type of data that is non-numerical?. What Q is a type of data that comes in the form of numbers?. What D might unintentionally convey your aims to the participants?. What I relates to whether your study measured what you wanted it to measure?. What E relates to whether you can generalise from the results of your study?. What O involves using whichever participants you can obtain?. What R requires that each member of a target population has an equal chance of being picked?. What O is the process of turning psychological variables into measurable, behavioural ones?. What R is what you look for in a good sample? . What A is a prediction of the expected outcome of a research study?.
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