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21. In a scholarly journal article where would you be most likely to find the purpose of the study or the researcher’s hypothesis? a. the first paragraph of the introduction b. toward the end of the introduction c. the methods section d. there is no standard location for this information 22. In addition to PsycINFO,.
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21. Which of the following studies would NOT fall under the “exempt” category of the IRB? a. a study comparing face-to-face and on-line teaching methods on undergraduate teacher training students b. a study investigating the effects of age at entrance to college on college completion using anonymous data provided by the school. c..
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31.                     argued there is no such thing as the method of science. a. Popper b. Kuhn c. Duhem-Quine d. Feyerabend 32. If we have identified a set of specific aims to arrive at knowledge of a specific kind, and methods for achieving those aims along with a set of standards for judging the.
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61. IRB reviews research with human participants while             reviews research with animal participants. a. IACUC b. ACUC c. UACUC d. DACUC 62. Both the Animal Welfare Act of 1966 and the APA Ethics Code Standard 8.09 deal with animal                   . a. rights b. welfare c. ethics d. consent 63. Which of the following is true about.
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31. At death, it is necessary to                           . A. to file a final (terminal) tax return. B. pay estate taxes in Canada. C. report only the earned income of the deceased up to the date of death. D. report only the partial value of any registered assets. E..
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85. A holographic will should be written, dated, and signed entirely in your handwriting. 86. A trustee is a person or an institution that holds property for the benefit of someone else under a trust agreement. 87. A guardian is a person who assumes the responsibilities of providing the children with personal.
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21. Dr. Stokley has derived a hypothesis from Skinner’s Theory of Operant Conditioning. Dr. Stokley wants to collect factual information and evidence to test his hypothesis. Which of the following refers to the process he will use? a. Rationalism b. Hypothesis Testing c. Induction d. Normal Science 22. Today many scientists rely on a.
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74. Your expenses for leisure activities will probably increase during retirement. 75. The housing needs of people do not change much as they grow older. 76. Staying in their present home is the alternative preferred by most of the persons who are approaching retirement. 77. Federal programs are the major source of public.
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21. A documentary agreement between spouses before marriage in which one or both parties often waive a right to receive property under the other's will or under state law is called a: A. letter of last instruction. B. codicil. C. prenuptial agreement. D. postnuptial agreement. E. marital.
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51. Some scientists have criticized the concept of operational definitions as being too strict stating that a single operational definition could not completely define the meaning of a term. What has been proposed to overcome this criticism? a. eliminating operational definitions b. replication c. multiple operationalism d. meta-analysis 52. Which of the following.
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54. The ground rules for retirement planning are fast changing. 55. Your retirement will last only about 15 years. 56. During your retirement, your employer's health insurance plan and provincial health insurance will cover your medical expenses. 57. Saving just a little bit today for your retirement won't help. 58. It is vital to.
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41. Some fear that the use of deception in psychological experiments leads to distrust of the field of psychology, is an unnecessary invasion of privacy, and is a denial of self-determination. Follow-up studies of research participants have shown a. the above fears are well founded. b. participants do not mind deception and.
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55. Never having been married does not eliminate the need to organize your papers. 56. Under provincial family law, getting married does not usually void a will made prior to the wedding. 57. Canadians are considering pre­planned funeral arrangements are part of their estate planning. 58. Every adult should have a written will. 59..
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61. Many people mistake "theory" for "guess" or for "unfounded assumption." This is an incorrect portrayal because theories a. are actually integrated summaries of facts and findings from empirical research. b. are widely accepted by many authorities in the relevant field. c. have been derived by a painstaking process of operationalizing. d..
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65. A formal will creates lower overall taxation. 66. Your executor can be a family member, a friend, an attorney, an accountant, or the trust department of a bank. 67. A guardian is a person or an institution that holds property for the benefit of someone. 68. A trustee is a person who.
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51. A scientific hypothesis is a. a predicted relation that exists among the variables. b. a statement of what the researcher expects to find. c. sometimes derived from theories. d. all of the above. 52. The null hypothesis is a. a tentative solution to the research problem. b. the hypothesis that is actually statistically tested. c. the prediction.
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21. What is the most critical aspect of the experimental method that allows us to make statements about cause and effect based on experimental data? a. real-life setting b. operationalism c. objectivity d. control 22. As noted in your text, one disadvantage of the experimental approach is the inability to: a. control extraneous variables b. establish cause.
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11. All institutions (e.g., universities) that receive federal funds for research must have an Institutional Review Board (IRB). The job of this group is to a. allocate funding equitably to all researchers at that institution. b. mediate conflicts between researchers and the participants in their research. c. recruit research participants d. make judgments regarding the.
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41. Which one of the following expenditures for retirees is likely to increase? A. clothing expenses B. federal income taxes C. medical expenses D. work­related expenses E. provincial income taxes 42. Which one of the following expenditures for retirees is likely to increase? A. clothing expenses B. federal income taxes C..
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11. When preparing to conduct a literature review for your research idea, it is a good idea to do which of the following? a. define your objectives during the search b. familiarize yourself with the campus library c. define your topic area and keywords for your search d. all of the above 12. The internet.
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1. One source of ideas for research is past research. Why would someone do a research project based on research someone else has already done? a. often, the technology has changed so rapidly that older studies are no longer valid b. too many published articles used qualitative research methods when experiments were.
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31. An increasing number of researchers are conducting experiments over the Internet because of the advantages it affords.  Which of the following is NOT a disadvantage of using the Internet to conduct and experiment? a. the experiment is brought to the participant instead of the participant coming to the experiment b. there.
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1. In the context of an experiment, a variable is a. any factor that can vary across participants or situations. b. any phenomenon or characteristic that can be measured. c. any phenomenon or characteristic of a participant or situation that has a specific value. d. the unknown quantity that the experiment will determine. 2.                      .
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51. Which of the following could be considered a limitation of qualitative research? a. because it is typically conducted in an artificial laboratory setting the findings may not apply to the real world b. results from qualitative research are overly objective – not allowing for interpretation of individual participants perspectives c. it is.
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31. When evaluating the validity of information on the internet “coverage” refers to a. the length of the webpage b. viewing information without pay fees c. having a .edu, .gov, or .org domain extension d. none of the above 32. When looking at information on the web for your literature review, which of the following.
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11.               is an important part of the scientific approach that is based on the notion that the origin of all knowledge is from our senses. a. ationalism b. Intuition c. mpiricism d. Authority 12. Whewell believed that               should be designed to systematically produce reliable and valid knowledge about the.
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1. For psychologists especially, ethical concerns can be divided into three areas. Which of the following is not one of those? a. the ultimate importance of gaining knowledge b. the relationship of science and society c. the treatment of research participants d. professional issues 2. The influence of congress on which studies are funded is.
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31. It has been shown that giving participants all information about the experiment before they participate, as opposed to sufficient information to decide about participating, a. makes it necessary to test many more participants than one normally would. b. invalidates most statistical analyses. c. induces participants to ask for a larger reward for.
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11. A researcher is interested in the effects of teaching styles on learning. She randomly assigns students to either a lecture-based class taught at 8:00 a.m. or a discussion-based class taught at 2:00 p.m. Her results reveal that students in the discussion-based class performed better than those in the lecture-based.
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51. Which of the following is the best way to keep hackers from obtaining personal information on participants when research is conducted over the internet? a. encryption b. informed consent c. active consent d. anonymous participation 52. One of the difficult ethical issues to contend with when doing Internet research is the issue of obtaining.
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84. Unless it is indexed, an annuity provides no protection from inflation. 85. Even if it is a life annuity, payments cannot continue until death. 86. The first step in stretching your retirement income is to make sure you are receiving all the income to which you are entitled. 88. An employee whose.
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1. What is the main difference between descriptive and experimental research approaches? a. the former always uses qualitative data while the latter always uses quantitative data b. descriptive research is done by social scientists while natural scientists do        experimental research c. descriptive research involves manipulating variables but experimental research does not d. experimental research.
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45. Many people don't give a single thought to preparing for death. 46. Estate planning is a definite plan for the administration and disposition of one's property during one's lifetime and at one's death. 47. Estate planning is not an essential part of retirement planning. 48. It is always easy to plan for.
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41. Finding a cure for cancer or Autism are being investigated by science. The assumption of science that these cures are potentially knowable is called a. control b. operationalism c. discoverability d. determinism 42. In order to isolate the cause of a behavior, research psychologists rely primarily on being able to a. get authoritative advice..
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11. Jenna would like to establish the reliability of a new measure of self-esteem but she doesn’t have enough time to administer her test more than once. Which of the following methods of establishing reliability would you suggest to Jenna? a. Equivalent forms b. Internal consistency c. Multidimensional d. Concurrent 12. If we include items.
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