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Title: Research Methods Perspective Theories Jeopardy


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Research MethodsPerspective Theories Jeopardy
  • Unit 1 - Revision

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Classical Perspectives
Contemporary Perspectives
Mystery
Research Methods
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Research Methods
  • What is the independent variable?
  • The variable that is manipulated or changed.
  • B. The variable that is used to observe and
    measure effects influenced by the experimenter
  • C. Is a variable outside the control of the
    experimenter
  • D. None of the above

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Research Methods
  • What is the independent variable?
  • A. The variable that is manipulated or changed.

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Research Methods
  • What is step 1 in psychological research?

A. Designing the method B. Construction of a
hypothesis C. Identification of the research
problem D. Collecting the data
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Research Methods
  • What is step 1 in psychological research?
  • C. Identification of the research problem

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Research Methods
  • A hypothesis is...
  • A. A statement about whether the results apply to
    the population of interest
  • B. A statement about the accuracy of the results
    of a research study
  • C. Formulated after the results have been
    obtained
  • D. A testable prediction about the results of a
    research study

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Research Methods
  • A hypothesis is...
  • D. A testable prediction about the results of a
    research study

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Research Methods
  • What is qualitative data?
  • A. Information about characteristics of what is
    being
  • studied usually presented in words, pictures
  • or texts
  • B. It is a general term for data that is
    collected in a research investigation
  • C. Numerical information on the amount of what is
    being studied, usually presented in graphs and
    tables
  • D. Data that is proven to be statistically
    incorrect in a research investigation

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Research Methods
What is qualitative data?
  • A. Information about characteristics of what is
    being studied usually presented in words,
    description pictures or texts

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Research Methods
  • Name 4 ethical considerations that must be taken
    into account when conducting an experiment?

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Research Methods
Name 4 ethical considerations that must be taken
into account when conducting an experiment?
  • Confidentiality, voluntary participation,
    withdrawal rights, informed consent procedures,
    deception and debriefing.

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  • Who is credited for the emergence of Psychology
    as a discipline of its own?

A. John. B Watson B. Wilhelm Wundt C. Sigmund
Freud D. Carl Rogers
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Classical Perspectives
  • Who is credited for the emergence of Psychology
    as a discipline of its own?
  • B. Wilhelm Wundt

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Classical Perspectives
  • Wilhelm Wundt is
  • known to have specialised in which form of
    psychology?

A. Behaviourism B. Psychoanalysis C.
Structuralism D. Functionalism
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Classical Perspectives
  • Wilhelm Wundt is known to have specialised in
    which form of psychology?
  • C. Structuralism

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Classical Perspectives
  • If we talk about the
  • influence of rewards and punishment in everyday
    life we are talking about which form of
    psychology?

A. Behaviourism B. Biological perspectives C.
Functionalism D. Psychoanalysis
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Classical Perspectives
  • If we talk about the influence of rewards and
    punishment n everyday life we are talking about
    which form of psychology?
  • A. Behaviourism

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Classical Perspectives
  • The person-centred theory of personality belongs
    to which classical theorist?

A. John B. Watson B. Jean Piaget C. Sigmund
Freud D. Carl Rogers
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Classical Perspectives
  • The person-centred theory of personality belongs
    to which classical theorist?

D. Carl Rogers
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Classical Perspectives
  • State and define the form of psychology that
    Sigmund Freud focused on.

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  • State and define the form of psychology that
    Sigmund Freud focused on.

Classical Perspectives
Psychoanalysis focuses on the roles of
unconscious conflicts and motivations in
understanding and explaining behaviour and mental
processes
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  • The contemporary perspective which focuses on the
    roles of social and cultural influences on human
    behaviour and mental processes is called what?

A. Psychological Perspective B. Biological
Perspective C. Socio-cultural perspective D.
There is no such thing
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  • The contemporary perspective which focuses on the
    roles of social and cultural influences on human
    behaviour and mental processes is called what?
  • C. Socio-cultural perspective

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  • Which contemporary perspective in psychology
    focuses on the role of learning processes?

A. Biological Perspective B. Behavioural
Perspective C. Socio-cultural Perspective D.
Cognitive Perspective
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  • Which contemporary
  • perspective in psychology focuses on the role of
    learning processes?

B. Behavioural Perspective
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  • What is negative reinforcement?
  • A. Negative reinforcement is the removal or
  • avoidance of something that is unpleasant
  • B. Negative reinforcement is an unpleasant
    punishment to a particular action
  • C. Both A and B
  • D. None of the above

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  • What is negative reinforcement?

A. Negative reinforcement is the removal or
avoidance of something that is unpleasant
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  • The theory that suggests bits of related
    information are clustered together and that these
    are spread throughout an interconnected network
    is called?

A. Operant Conditioning B. Semantic Network
Theory C. Classical Conditioning D. The Brain
Network Theory
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  • The theory that suggests bits of related
    information are clustered together and these are
    spread throughout an interconnected network is
    called?

B. Semantic Network Theory
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  • Explain the Biological Perspective

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  • Explain the Biological Perspective.

Biological perspective focuses on the biological
influences on behaviour and mental processes
including the brain and the rest of the nervous
system and genetics.

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  • The therapy that involves using
  • learning principles to eliminate unwanted
    behaviour and bring about desired changes is
    called what?

A. Social Therapy B. Behavioural Therapy C.
Psychotherapy D. None of the above
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  • The therapy that involves using
  • learning principles to eliminate unwanted
    behaviour and bring about desired changes is
    called what?

B. Behavioural Therapy
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  • The perspective that
  • draws on theories, ideas and research methods
    from different perspectives is called what?

A. Biological Perspective B. Cognitive
Perspective C. Socio-cultural Perspective D.
Eclectic Perspective
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The perspective that draws on theories, ideas
and research methods from different perspectives
is called what?
D. Eclectic Perspective
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  • Sampling that involves dividing the
  • population to be sampled into different subgroups
    then selecting a separate sample from each
    subgroup is known as what?

A. Random Sampling B. Random Allocation C.
Stratified Allocation D. Stratified Sampling
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Sampling that involves dividing the population
to be sampled into different subgroups then
selecting a separate sample from each subgroup is
known as what?
  • D. Stratified Sampling

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  • Which classical perspective theory focuses on
    understanding and explaining behaviour and mental
    processes that focuses on the uniqueness of each
    individual person and the positive qualities and
    potential of all human beings to fulfil their
    lives.

A. Structuralism B. Humanism C. Functionalism D.
Psychoanalysis
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Which classical perspective theory focuses on
understanding and explaining behaviour and mental
processes that focuses on the uniqueness of each
individual person and the positive qualities and
potential of all human beings to fulfil their
lives.
  • B. Humanism

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  • What does functionalism focus on?

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What does functionalism focus on?
  • Functionalism focuses on studying the
    functions or purpose that mental processes serve
    in enabling people to adapt to their environment.
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