Which of the following concepts refers to the degree to which an experimental design actually reflects the real-world issues it is supposed to address?
According to the _____, people have the ability to control their lives and are not simply controlled by the environment.
Dr. Ziggy is conducting a study of flirting behavior. He says that flirting is "Behavior that is used to attract the attention of a potentially desirable opposite- or same-sex partner", and decides that data collection will include elements such as eye contact, touching, laughter, smiling, and several other behaviors. In doing this, Dr. Ziggy has created a(n) _____________ of flirting.
Which approach emerged as a rebellion to the narrow view of the behaviorists, and argued that internal mental processes such as memory and problem-solving could be studied scientifically?
Dr. Isaacs has found a strong correlation between GPA and the number of hours a person spends watching TV. Specifically, she has found that the more TV a person watches each week, the lower his GPA is likely to be. Put another way, she has found that as TV watching increases, GPA decreases. Which of the following correlation coefficients describes her findings?
Dr. Wagner's approach to psychotherapy stresses the role of unconscious processes and unresolved childhood conflicts. With which psychological approach does this align?