Question

1) Design a study that uses a dependent samples design

2) Design a study that uses an independent samples design. Be sure to make clear your independent and dependent variables.

Base your two studies on the same general idea.

Answer #1

**ANSWER:**

**Given that,**

In an independent sample sample A is not related to sample B in an experiment.For example if are taking a survey of students in two different classes in sample A and sample B,the outcome of sample A is no way related to outcome in sample B.In a dependent sample ,sample A consists of wives and sample b consists of husbands.When we take sample A we chose only the husband of sample A as sample B not any person in random.Independent variable is a condition we change in the experiment,for example if we take the performance of students relating to noise level, we can alter the noise level and noise is the independent variable.In a dependent variable it depends on the independent variable.In the same example the performance is the dependent variable.

Using the scientific method, design your own simple
psychological research study and describe it. In your description,
please identify:
1. What is your theory? What is your
hypothesis? Make sure your
theory/hypothesis relates to psychology and involves human
participants.
2. What kind of sample will you use? Why? How will you recruit
them?
3. Which research design you’ll be using to test your hypothesis
(experimental or correlational)?
Why did you choose this design?
4. How you will split your participants into...

A repeated-measures design deals with the differences of the
means, while an independent-measures design deals with the mean of
the differences."
True False
A repeated-measures design study comparing two samples uses
_____ groups of participants and obtains ____ score(s) for each
participant.
"1, 1"
"1, 2"
"2, 1"
"2, 2"
A repeated-measures design is better than an
independent-measures design because it requires more subjects.
True False
A repeated-measures t-test is also called a within-subjects,
paired, or dependent t-test. "
True...

1. Describe a study where a one-way ANOVA would be appropriate
(hint: how many independent variables are there in a
one-way ANOVA?). Make sure to tell us your independent and
dependent variables.
2. What would you hypothesize in terms of the effect of your IV
on your DV on why?

Select a peer-reviewed, experimental research study that
exemplifies a two-group design and a factorial design (use keywords
method, results, and discussion in your Boolean search). These
studies can be found using tools such as the GCU Library and Google
Scholar.
Write a 500-750-word paper in which you:
Compare the two research designs.
Identify the independent variable(s), dependent variable, and
any possible extraneous variable.
Identify main effects and interactions for the factorial
design.
Explain if the study has a random sample...

What would be the difference in your experimental design if you
elected to use a dependent samples t test instead of an independent
samples t test (how would your sample and testing be affected)?

1. collect 30 - 50 observations (rows):
a. A quantitative dependent (y)
variable
b. At least two quantitative
independent (x) variables (one of these can be time)
c. At least two categorical
independent (x) variables
Describe these variables, including your rationale for choosing
them. Your research questions and variable rationale should be
non-trivial; in other words, choose your variables for clear,
supportable business reasons.

Create an example study (can be fictitious) that uses the t-test
to see if there is a difference between the means in 2 independent
samples. State the H0 and Ha. Describe any variables in the study
and the level of measurement.

For each of the following research questions, you will read an
independent and dependent samples study to test that research
question. Identify which study used independent and which used
dependent samples.
4. How do psychosocial attitudes (those based on the interaction
between the individual and the social environment) toward romantic
love vary by race/culture?
Study 1: Researchers hypothesized that cultures focused on group
identity (collectivist) would place less emphasis on romantic love
compared with cultures focused on individual identity
(individualistic)....

(Dependent Variables): I want you to describe two different
dependent variables you would want to measure in your college
friendship study. Remember, these are your participant responses to
the independent variable, so use your IV as the stimulus that will
produce changes in your DVs. Think of at least two different
dependent variables!

NEED ASAP
Write 2 paragraphs using articles.
You are required to design a research study. Describe what will
be the independent variable and what will be the dependent
variables. Tell what you would do to measure those variables and
briefly describe the characteristics of the subjects that you will
involve in the study. The study aims to explore this topic: What
parent actions during students’ teenage years have an impact on
college study hours, first-year-first-semester grade point average,
and level...

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