Chapter 3 - Research Methods in Clinical Psychology - Set A
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Aetiology is a term:
Analogue research involves undertaking research:
A hypothesis is:
NICE is the acronym for:
Forms of childhood abuse or neglect can raise the risk of developing a range of psychopathologies in a number of ways. This is known as:
Controlling events in research allows us to:
In statistics a correlation coefficient can range from +1.00 through to 1.00. Which of the following is true?
The nature of the relationship between the two variables concerned in a scattergram is illustrated using:
In the traditional correlational design, all measures are taken at the same point in time. This is known as a:
Studies of the frequency and distribution of disorders within specific populations over a specified period of time are known as:
Which of the following might provide information on the point prevalence of a disorder?
One of the most powerful research designs is the experiment. This is a design in which:
Random assignment of participants to experimental conditions is to ensure that at the outset of the experiment:
During an experiment, a participant may begin to think about the purpose of the experiment and behave in a way which is consistent with these thoughts. This is referred to as:
In an experiment, if participants are given a pill that contains an inactive substance, this is known as: