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Psychology Modules for Active Learning 13th Edition by Dennis Coon – Test Bank

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Psychology Modules for Active Learning 13th Edition by Dennis Coon – Test Bank

 

  1. Naturalistic observation, correlational studies, the clinical method, and the survey method are considered

__________ methods.

    1. experimental
    2. nonexperimental
    3. nonscientific
    4. placebo bias

ANSWER: b

POINTS: 1

DIFFICULTY: Moderate

REFERENCES: Naturalistic Observation

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PMAL_COON_2015_5.1.1Explain the difference in the type of information provided by controlled experiments and the nonexperimental methods.

KEYWORDS: Fact

  1. Nonexperimental methods of research include
    1. the case study method.
    2. correlational studies.
    3. the survey method.
    4. all of these.

ANSWER: d

POINTS: 1

DIFFICULTY: Easy

REFERENCES: Naturalistic Observation

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PMAL_COON_2015_5.1.1Explain the difference in the type of information provided by controlled experiments and the nonexperimental methods.

KEYWORDS: Fact

  1. Psychologists who want to study behavior as it unfolds in natural settings use a technique called
    1. the case study method.
    2. correlational studies.
    3. the survey method.
    4. naturalistic observation.

ANSWER: d

POINTS: 1

DIFFICULTY: Moderate

REFERENCES: Naturalistic Observation

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PMAL_COON_2015_5.1.1Explain the difference in the type of information provided by controlled experiments and the nonexperimental methods.

KEYWORDS: Fact

4. Psychologists who want to make measurements to discover relationships between events use a technique called

  1. the case study method.
  2. the correlational method.
  3. the survey method.
  4. naturalistic observation.

ANSWER: b

POINTS: 1

DIFFICULTY: Moderate

REFERENCES: Naturalistic Observation

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PMAL_COON_2015_5.1.1Explain the difference in the type of information provided by controlled experiments and the nonexperimental methods.

KEYWORDS: Fact

  1. When studying mental disorders, such as depression or anxiety, and the therapies used to treat them, psychologists are more likely to use the method.
    1. case study
    2. correlational
    3. survey
    4. naturalistic observation

ANSWER: a

POINTS: 1

DIFFICULTY: Moderate

REFERENCES: Naturalistic Observation

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PMAL_COON_2015_5.1.1Explain the difference in the type of information provided by controlled experiments and the nonexperimental methods.

KEYWORDS: Concept

  1. Questions about the opinions and behavior of large groups of people are often best answered using the

__________ method.

    1. case study
    2. correlational
    3. survey
    4. naturalistic observation

ANSWER: c

POINTS: 1

DIFFICULTY: Moderate

REFERENCES: Naturalistic Observation

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PMAL_COON_2015_5.1.1Explain the difference in the type of information provided by controlled experiments and the nonexperimental methods.

KEYWORDS: Concept

7. Cause-and-effect relationships regarding human behavior are determined through the use of which of the following research methods?

  1. case study method
  2. correlational study
  3. experimental method
  4. nonexperimental method

ANSWER: c

POINTS: 1

DIFFICULTY: Moderate

REFERENCES: Naturalistic Observation

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PMAL_COON_2015_5.1.1Explain the difference in the type of information provided by controlled experiments and the nonexperimental methods.

KEYWORDS: Concept

OTHER: * (New Question)

  1. Because it is not always possible to conduct experiments, psychologists gather evidence and test hypotheses by using all of the following nonexperimental methods EXCEPT for the method.
    1. case study
    2. correlational
    3. naturalistic observation
    4. pseudoscientific

ANSWER: d

POINTS: 1

DIFFICULTY: Easy

REFERENCES: Naturalistic Observation

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PMAL_COON_2015_5.1.1Explain the difference in the type of information provided by controlled experiments and the nonexperimental methods.

KEYWORDS: Concept

OTHER: * (New Question)

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