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Question 1 1. John is interested in re-examining Dr. Smith's work involving primates' reactions to brightly colored toads. Why would John use an archival research method?
Question 2 2. Planning on committing homicide or suicide is defined as
Question 3 3. I am planning on conducting interviews that look into the effects of pregnant women who have no longer taken anti-anxiety medication. This would be a:
Question 4 4. A control group is important for a researcher because it _____.
Question 5 5. Which of the following would a potential research participant NOT find on a consent form?
Question 6 6. Research studies that look at one individual or one group over a period of time are called _____.
Question 7 7. A control group is _____.
Question 8 8. Which of the following is the process by which a researcher makes decisions about how to answer research questions?
Question 9 9. If your research design required a fair degree of control over the setting of the research conducted, which type of design should be utilized?
Question 10 10. Institutional Review Boards were established to
Question 11 11. A study on exercise might remove patients who have difficulty moving. Why?
Question 12 12. Which of the following is NOT ensured through the 1949 Nuremberg Code?
Question 13 13. Why must you, as a researcher, make reasonable attempts at correcting misconceptions?
Question 14 14. The fact that individuals making higher incomes frequently have more years of schooling is an example of a/an _____.
Question 15 15. Once the participants finished with their task, Jim had a short discussion with them to give them more information about the nature of the experiment and to correct any misconceptions they might have had. What did Jim do?
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