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PSYC 3003 Week 1 Test

  1. In order to make decisions about ethical dilemmas in research, psychologists consult
  2. Which of the following best describes the likely behavior of a research participant?
  3. A survey researcher conducts a poll that indicates that 54 percent of the population of a city favors the Democratic candidate. The researcher’s data represent which of the following?
  4. In which of the following situations could individuals be vulnerable to excessive inducement or pressure to participate in research?
  5. In the research by Brendl, Chattopadhyay, Pelham, and Carvallo (2005) on preference for letters of one’s own name, the participants drank two teas, one that contained letters of their own name and one that contained letters of another person’s name. This systematic variation, which was created by the research, means that the research was which of the following?
  6. Scientific research is empirical. This means that it is based on
  7. A disadvantage of experimental research designs is that
  8. When research consists of verbal summaries of “naturally occurring, ordinary events in natural settings” the research is
  9. There must be at least individuals on the panel of the IRB, including at least one individual whose primary interest is in a nonscientific domain.
  10. Which one of the following journal article titles most likely represents an example of basic research?
  11. One of the major difficulties involved in studying human beings is that
  12. Facts are examples of statements that are free from bias or personal emotion. This means that facts are
  13. Why are ethics a concern in behavioral research?
  14. When no information identifying the participant is taken by the researcher, the collected data are said to be
  15. Deception within an experiment can become unethical when
  16. A researcher who uses knowledge of a person’s intelligence to predict an ability to do well as a lawyer is using which type of research design?
  17. Which of the following best differentiates basic research from applied research?
  18. The difference between debriefing and process debriefing is that process debriefing involves
  19. Which of the following is NOT accomplished by the scientific method?
  20. Characteristics of an ethical research project include which of the following?
  21. The Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient is
  22. It is not usually a good idea to rely upon people’s intuition about the causes of behavior because
  23. The debriefing is frequently combined with which of the following?
  24. Which of the following statements about human behavior is best tested using a correlational research design?
  25. Which of the following is not a potential benefit of scientific research?
  26. Which of the following is part of the ethics of animal research?
  27. Which of the following is an important aspect of informed consent?
  28. It is hypothesized that people are more attracted to those people that they see more often. What type of correlation is predicted between the frequency of seeing someone and attraction?
  29. A study in which participants are fully informed about the nature of the research and asked to behave “as if” they were in a social setting of interest is known as a(n)
  30. The basic goal of behavioral research is to

PSYC 3003 Week 1 Quiz Answers