# Correlation

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- Q1What is meant by a negative correlationwhen one variable decreases, so does the otherwhen one variable increases the other decreaseswhen one variable increases, so does the other30s
- Q2What is meant by no correlationwhen both variables decrease at the same rateWhen there is no relationship between the two variableswhen one variable increases the other decreases30s
- Q3Identify a strength of a correlationAllows research to establish cause and effectMakes a good pilot study to generate a hypothesis for an experiment30s
- Q4Identify a weakness of a correlationThe results from correlations can be misleadingCorrelations are difficult to analyse30s
- Q5What type of relationship would I have if I found a correlation coefficient of 0.8?strong positive correlationpositive correlationperfect positive correlationno correlation30s
- Q6what type of relationship would I have if I found a correlation coefficient of -0.5?negative correlationmoderate negative correlationstrong negative correlationperfect negative correlation30s
- Q7what type of relationship would I have found if I found a correlation coefficient of 0.3?moderate positive correlationweak positive correlationstrong positive correlationmoderate negative correlation30s
- Q8The variables that are measured in a correlation are known as...dependent variablesindependent variable and dependent variableco-variablesvariables30s
- Q9Correlations can establish cause and effecttruefalse30s
- Q10The more revision, the higher the grade. Which type of relationship is occurring here?negative relationshipno relationshippositive relationship30s
- Q11When looking at a scatter graph, how would I know how many participants there are.by counting the number in the X axisby counting the number in the Y axisby looking at how many dots there are on the graph30s
- Q12Identify the operationalised null hypothesis for this correlational researchthere will be no effect between height (cms) and weight (kgs)there will be no relationship between height (cms) and weight (kgs)there will be no relationship between height and weightthere will be a relationship between height and weight30s
- Q13Identify the correct ways that you can collect the data on two co-variables?interviews and questionnairesopen questions and closed questionsobservations, quantitative tests & questionsinterviews and closed questions30s
- Q14Correlations only collect quantitative datafalsetrue30s
- Q15It does not matter which co-variable is plotted on the x-axis and which on the y-axis:truefalse30s