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A Brief Lecture on Methods in Psychology by Dr. Brouk

 

Introduction to Psychology

Brain & Behavior

Behavior & Learning

Consciousness and Sleep Disorders

Development

Emotions & Motivation

Memory

Methods in Psychology

Theories of Personality

Psychological Disorders

Causes Psychological Disorders

Therapy & Treatment

Sensation & Perception

Stress

What Is an Experiment?

An experiment is a systematic and controlled investigation where one variable is manipulated and another variable is observed and measured.

Factors Associated with an Experiment
  • The Independent variable is the variable that is manipulated.
  • The dependent variable is the variable that is observed and measured.
  • The experimental group is the group that receives the manipulated variable.
  • The control group is the group that does not receive the manipulated variable.
  • Single Blind Design - In some experiments the researcher knows which group is being manipulated. That is, which group is the experimental group.
  • Double Blind Design - In some experiments neither the researcher nor the participants know which group is being manipulated. That is, they don’t know which group is the experimental group and which is the control group.
 
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