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Quickfire formative assessment plan for: Paper 3 - research methods June 2014

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42 questions

1. 1. Give the aim of the study in the source (1)

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2. 1. Give the aim of the study in the source (1)

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3. 2. State an alternate hypothesis for this study (2)

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4. 2. State an alternate hypothesis for this study (2)

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5. 3 (a) State the sampling method used by the psychologist in the source (1)

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6. 3 (a) State the sampling method used by the psychologist in the source (1)

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7. 3 (b) Outline one disadvantage of the sampling method used in the source (2)

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8. 3 (b) Outline one disadvantage of the sampling method used in the source (2)

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9. 4. The psychologist chose twenty participants from his target population. Explain what a target population is (2)

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10. 4. The psychologist chose twenty participants from his target population. Explain what a target population is (2)

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11. 5 (a) Identify the experimental design used in this study (1)

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12. 5 (a) Identify the experimental design used in this study (1)

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13. 5 (b) Explain one disadvantage of the experimental design used in this study (2)

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14. 5 (b) Explain one disadvantage of the experimental design used in this study (2)

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15. 6. Identify the independent variable and the dependent variable in the source, using the diagram below.

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16. 6. Identify the independent variable and the dependent variable in the source, using the diagram below.

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17. 7. The psychologist used a laboratory experiment in this study. Explain how laboratory experiments are different from field experiments (2).

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18. 7. The psychologist used a laboratory experiment in this study. Explain how laboratory experiments are different from field experiments (2).

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19. 8. The psychologist gave participants the same maths test printed on white and then green paper. Explain why the psychologist used the same maths test.

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20. 8. The psychologist gave participants the same maths test printed on white and then green paper. Explain why the psychologist used the same maths test.

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21. 9. The psychologist calculated the mean score on each maths test in his study. Identify what type of data this is. Qualitative or Quantitative (1)

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22. 9. The psychologist calculated the mean score on each maths test in his study. Identify what type of data this is. Qualitative or Quantitative (1)

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23. 10. Outline the findings of the study in the source (2)

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24. 10. Outline the findings of the study in the source (2)

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25. 12. Extraneous variables can affect experiments. Explain what an extraneous variable is (2)

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26. 12. Extraneous variables can affect experiments. Explain what an extraneous variable is (2)

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27. Section B - Planning and investigation

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28. Section B - Planning and investigation

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29. 13 (a) State a null hypothesis for your investigation (2)

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30. 13 (a) State a null hypothesis for your investigation (2)

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31. (bi) Give one example of a question you would use in your questionnaire (1)

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32. (bi) Give one example of a question you would use in your questionnaire (1)

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33. (bii) Explain why you would use this type of question in your questionnaire (2)

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34. (bii) Explain why you would use this type of question in your questionnaire (2)

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35. (c) Briefly outline how you would carry out the quesionnaire to investigate whether there are gender differences in addition to computer games (3)

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36. (c) Briefly outline how you would carry out the quesionnaire to investigate whether there are gender differences in addition to computer games (3)

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37. (d) Outline how social desirability could affect your investigation (3)

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38. (d) Outline how social desirability could affect your investigation (3)

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39. (e) Describe one strength of using a questionnaire in your investigation (2)

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40. (e) Describe one strength of using a questionnaire in your investigation (2)

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41. (f) Outline how you would present the data you collect from your questionnaire (2)

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42. (f) Outline how you would present the data you collect from your questionnaire (2)

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