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• Q1
Group of people that you are interested in studying.
Population
30s
• Q2
Subset of the population
Sample
30s
• Q3
Presumed cause in a relationship of events. Directly manipulated by the researcher or a naturally occurring event that elicits a response or reaction.
Independent Variable
30s
• Q4
(Also known as an outcome) is the presumed effect in a relationship of events. It is the response or reaction elicited from the cause.
Dependent Variable
30s
• Q5
Similar to the independent variable but it is not manipulated by a researcher. It is usually a pre-existing characteristic or situation. (i.e. FCAT scores)
Predictor Variable
30s
• Q6
A factor is often synonymous with an independent variable, but may or may not be manipulated. If it is manipulated, it is also called an independent variable. If it is not directly manipulated, it is also called a predictor.
Factor
30s
• Q7
Specific conditions, groups or levels of that which is being manipulated or how the factor varies.
Factor levels
30s
• Q8
Theory, idea or concept. It is not tangible.
Construct
30s
• Q9
Specific way of measuring a construct (i.e. questionnaire used to measure physical attraction)
Operation
30s
• Q10
Group of research participants who have been exposed to a novel experience, frequently a treatment or intervention, or simply a factor level or condition of interest.
Experimental or Treatment Group
30s
• Q11
Participants who are not exposed to any treatment at all
Control Group
30s
• Q12
Participants who are exposed to some intervention or condition, but not the one of interest. Usually this is an alternative treatment or a typical treatment (known as the treatment as usual).
Comparison Group
30s
• Q13
What would have happened to those in the treatment group if they didn't receive the treatment.
Counterfactual
30s
• Q14
Information that describes a sample or population. For example, the mean (average) age of students in this class
Descriptive Results or Statistics
30s
• Q15
Conclusions about relationships between two or more variables. An Analysis of variance, t-test and Pearson Correlation are all types of inferential statistics.
Inferences and Inferential Statistics
30s

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