Research in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

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The research process is intended to yield _____.

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1. A research project in which all variables are closely controlled is called a _____.

2. The reliability of a research study or instrument is whether its results can be _____.

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Progress through the worksheet and quiz to see how much you know about research involved in industrial/organization psychology. The purpose of the research process and what the reliability of a research study is dependent on are topics you need to know when you reach the quiz.

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The goal of these resources is to assess your understanding of:

  • Variables involved in experimental studies in industrial/organizational psychology
  • The purpose of the research process
  • Name for a research process where all variables are closely controlled

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  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important details from the lesson on research in I/O psychology
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about different variables used in experimental studies

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  • Steps involved in the research process
  • Types of validity
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  • The meaning of quantitative data
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