UIUC PSYC 363 - PSYC363-Lecture7-Sep18-Review1-COMPASS(2) (62 pages)

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Psyc 363 - Developmental Psych Lab
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PSYC 363 Developmental Psych Lab Review for Exam 1 1 Don t forget Hypotheses due on Tuesday Articles for practice article summary on Compass due 10 2 Exam 1 on Thursday Bring a No 2 pencil Office Hours change today only 2 3 PM instead of 1 2 PM 2 Exam 1 information Format Exam worth 10 of your grade 100 points 40 multiple choice questions 2 points each 4 short essay questions 20 points total Covers everything we discussed in lecture your labs and chapters covered from the book 1 2 3 4 10 Make sure to read the chapters 3 Bring your No 2 Pencil 4 Review Lecture 1 The Scientific Approach Lecture 2 Hypotheses Variables Definitions Lecture 3 Experimental Paradigm Lecture 4 Developmental Designs Lecture 5 Reliability Validity Lecture 6 Ethics in Research 5 Review Lecture 1 The Scientific Approach Lecture 2 Hypotheses Variables Definitions Lecture 3 Experimental Paradigm Lecture 4 Developmental Designs Lecture 5 Reliability Validity Lecture 6 Ethics in Research 6 Lecture 1 The Scientific Approach Sources of knowledge Authority intuition logic observation How different approaches rank these sources religion government philosophy science Values of science Observation logic intuition authority 7 Lecture 1 The Scientific Approach Assumptions of Science Determinism things have systematic causes Empiricism value of objective observation Testability falsifiability measurable and can be proven wrong Parsimony simple fewer assumptions The scientific process 8 The Scientific Process Identify a problem Gather Information Introduction Formulate a hypothesis Analyze Data Record and Organize Data Design an Experiment Method and Results Draw Conclusions Use conclusions to develop a new hypothesis Discussion Science values OBSERVATION Which of the assumptions of science emphasizes that A Empiricism B Determinism C Parsimony D Falsifiability 10 Which of the following is NOT true of the scientific method A All statements must be subjected to empirical tests B All evidence should be



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