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Question 121 pts

In a _____ relationship, values vary systematically (together) in some way.

correlational |

confounded |

causal |

casual |

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Question 131 pts

In correlational research, you _____.

manipulate one dependent variable and look for changes in a second |

measure two or more dependent variables and look for relationships between them |

manipulate only two independent variables |

typically use two categorical variables |

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Question 141 pts

Dr. Sabrina M. Gotrocks conducts a correlational study of a relationship. She finds that two variables are significantly related. Dr. Gotrocks can safely conclude that the two variables are _____.

causally related but the direction of the causality is not clear |

related in some way, but no causal inference can be made |

causally related |

are from the same population |

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Question 151 pts

Correlation research is generally useful _____.

in the early stages of research to identify variables that might be causally related |

on the days you eat at Taco Bell |

when you want to establish causal relationships but cannot manipulate the independent variables |

when you lack the funds to conduct an experiment |

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Question 161 pts

The main difference between correlational and experimental research is that, in experimental research you _____.

do not manipulate the independent variables |

do not manipulate more than two independent variables |

measure more than one independent variable |

manipulate independent variables and look for changes in the dependent variable |

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Question 171 pts

Dr. LeBron James-Gotrocks is interested in studying the effect of the number of bystanders present at an emergency and the number of subjects who help the victim. He varies the number of bystanders (1,3 or 5) and records how many subjects help under each condition. In this example, the number of bystanders is the _____ variable.

independent |

extraneous |

dependent |

correlational |

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Question 181 pts

In an experiment, Dr. Jill Kristen Gotrocks explored the effect of alcohol consumption (1, 3 or 5 drinks) on simulated driving. The simulated driving constitutes the _____ variable.

correlational |

extraneous |

dependent |

independent |

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Question 191 pts

The term _____ refers to the degree to which your research design evaluates the hypotheses that it was intended to evaluate.

confounding |

external validity |

reliability |

internal validity Please answer!! |

Answer #1

121. The correct answer is Option A. In a correlational relationship, relationship, values vary systematically (together) in some way.

131. The correct answer is Option B. In a correlational relationship, we measure two or more dependent variables and look for relationships between them.

141. The correct answer is Option B. Dr. G. can conclude that the variables are related in some way but no causal inferences can be made.

151. The correct answer is Option A. This can be used in the early stages of research to identify variables that might be causally related.

Please post the other questions separately as we are supposed to answer just one question or four sub parts of a question.

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