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# Research (Planning, Conducting, And Reporting) MCQ

### Which statistic should be used if you have one (nominal) independent variable and three dependent variables (all interval/ratio)?

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### Multicollinearity occurs when two dependent variables are highly correlated with each other and therefore we can’t separate the impact of one from the other.

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### The Fair Use Doctrine allows copyrighted materials to be used by the public under certain conditions.

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### In an experiment, everything should be kept the same except for the variables under study. This is called which of the following?

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### In a 3 x 2 ANOVA, which of the following is true?

Correct Answer: There are two independent variables, one with 3 levels and another with 2.

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### Error rate comparison is defined as the probability of making a Type I error when conducting a single statistical test.

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### A matched groups design involves two groups of participants who are identical other than being different people.

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### In a 3 x 2 ANOVA, which of the following is true?

Correct Answer: There are two independent variables, one with 3 levels and another with 2.

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### Which statistic should you use if you have one independent variable with two levels (participants only receive one condition) and an interval/ratio dependent variable?

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### An interaction occurs when the effect of one dependent variable changes with the levels of a second dependent variable.

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### Which of the following refers to the dependent variable?

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### Factor is another word for variable in a Between-Subjects design.

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### Which of the following is NOT an advantage of a Between-Subjects design?

Correct Answer: The researcher can compare participants’ behavior under different conditions.

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### A Between-Subjects design has the advantage of allowing us to analyze the impact of carryover effects.

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### Which design involves the participant being exposed to one condition of one independent variable and multiple conditions of a second variable?

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### In a Between-Subjects design, participants are exposed to only one condition of the experiment.

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### Confirmatory factor analysis is Used to verify a factor structure in a given set of variables

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### Typically used in the beginning stages of data reduction to uncover the relationships in a set of items is exploratory factor analysis

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### Data reduction technique that takes items and statistically clusters groups of items to differentiate them maximally is factor analysis

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### Data point at a distance from other data points; may indicate variability in measurement or experimental error or neither (chance occurrence) is outlier

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### Multicollinearity is concern in multivariate analysis when dependent or predictor variables are highly correlated (and in a sense redundant), rendering their unique contribution questionable

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### Analysis of variance with two or more conceptually related dependent variables in multivariate analysis of variance

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### U.S. legal doctrine that enables you to use copyrighted materials under certain circumstances is fair use doctrine

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### When works are legally protected is copyright

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### Material available to the public as a whole and not subject to copyright is public domain

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### Variability in the score not produced by the independent variable and not systematic or controlled is error variance

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### You make no advance predictions and run comparisons post hoc, which usually results in a higher probability of Type I error is unplanned comparisons

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### You state the differences you expect to see (and hence which comparisons to run) a priori is ___ comparisons

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### Probability of having at least one Type I error in a set of comparisons is family wise error rate

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### In any given comparison, the probability of making a Type I error is error rate per comparison

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### Multiple comparisons is Situation where you make several comparisons simultaneously to evaluate your hypothesis, leading to the possibility of Type ___error

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### Before randomly assigning participants to conditions, you match them on one or more characteristic that you think may affect the dependent variable is matched group design

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### Analysis of variance (ANOVA) that has two independent variables (IVs) is ___way ANOVA

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### In a research design when all possible combinations of the levels of the independent variables (IVs) are represented is fully crossed

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### Design in which there is more than one independent variable (IV) is factorial design

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### Evaluate through analysis of variance (ANOVA) whether the means of three or more groups [levels of an independent variable (IV)] differ significantly is ___ way ANOVA

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### Way to evaluate the components of an interaction, that is, what is responsible for the interaction is randomized groups design

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### Way to evaluate the components of an interaction, that is, what is responsible for the interaction is ____ effects

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### When the effect of one independent variable (IV) is not the same for all levels of a second IV is ____ effects

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### Free online software that calculates power for a given design is G*Power

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### Independent samples t test is test Test to determine whether the means of two independent groups differ significantly

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### One-level study where the impact of a variable is illustrated but there is no control condition is demonstration

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### Condition in an experiment; the treatment is defined in terms of its different levels is treatment level

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### Condition in an experiment; the treatment is defined in terms of its different levels is treatment level

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### Refer to variable or treatment levels; can also refer to numerical values assigned in SPSS Statistics® file is known as

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### Term that refers to the specific version of the treatment the participants received is called

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### ____ is in research design, the particular level of a treatment that is used in experimental research

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### ___ is Another word used for the independent variable (IV)

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### Factor is Another word used to refer to the independent variable; also a dimension that emerges from a factor analysis, a data reduction strategy

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### Term often used to refer to an independent variable (IV) is called variable

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