# RM Quick Reminder Test. Q1: What is it called when ppts take part in either the experimental condition, or the control condition, but not both? A:

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RM Quick Reminder Test

Q1: What is it called when ppts take part in either the experimental condition, or the control condition, but not both? A:

Q2: Which is the variable which indicates the effect / score, or the choice made by the ppt? A:

Q3: A sampling method in which, for example, every twelfth person was selected to take part is called… A:

Q4: If I have a skills test and, for each ppt taking it, I mix up the order of the components of the test, what is this called? A:

Q5: In data analysis, what is the middle score called, when the scores are placed in order? A:

Q6: I have one extreme value in a dataset which is nowhere near the others. What is this called? A:

Q7: Who writes the guidelines for appropriate ethical conduct in psychological research in the UK? A:

Q8: If I said to a ppt before an experiment “You can stop any time you want to”, what key ethical standard would I be offering them? A:

Q1: What is it called when ppts take part in either the experimental condition, or the control condition, but not both? A: Independent groups

Q2: Which is the variable which indicates the effect / score, or the choice made by the ppt? A: Dependent variable

Q3: A sampling method in which, for example, every twelfth person was selected to take part is called… A: Systematic sampling

Q4: If I have a skills test and, for each ppt taking it, I mix up the order of the components of the test, what is this called? A: Randomisation

Q5: In data analysis, what is the middle score called, when the scores are placed in order? A: Median

Q6: I have one extreme value in a dataset which is nowhere near the others. What is this called? A: An anomalous result

Q7: Who writes the guidelines for appropriate ethical conduct in psychological research in the UK? A: The British Psychological Society (BPS)

Q8: If I said to a ppt before an experiment “You can stop any time you want to”, what key ethical standard would I be offering them? A: The right to withdraw

Now. 1.In pairs, design 10 closed questions from the RM section. (+10 more if you race ahead.) 2.Create them in a powerpoint just like this. Do this in less than one lesson if possible. 3.Test yourselves using other pairs’ tests until you have done 100 questions. 4.Report your %. 5.If less than 90% do it again until it is 90+%.

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