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Psychology Unit 3 Notes

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This a complete set of unit 3 psychology notes! I took these both in class based off my text book, teachers PowerPoints, during lectures and using my own research. Enjoy.

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● Dependent: The variable which measures the effects of the IV. ● Extraneous: A variable that may or may not have an effect on the DV. ● Confounding: A variable that had an undesired effect on the DV Examples of Extraneous or possible Confounding Variables and how to control them - ● Individual Participant differences ○ The differences in personal characteristics and experiences of the individual participants in an experiment. ■ Example - An experiment testing juggling ability and a few people had previous juggling experience; Extraneous. Or one group had no hands; Confounding ○ How to control ■ Use of different sampling procedures and allocation methods ● Such as Random Sampling or Random Stratified sampling ● Such as Random Allocation ● Placebo Effect ○ Occurs when there is a change in the responses of participants due to th...
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