Chapter 2: Introduction to Scientific Methods
|In the real world||In science|
|expectations about experience
|have the experience
||having the experience=scientifically
observing the experience
|integrate the experience||drawing conclusions/
Ways of observing/Scientific approaches
Form of hypotheses for naturalistic methods
Form of hypotheses for correlational methods
Form of hypotheses for experimental methods
If another person is present in the room, then an individual will take longer to respond to an
"Consuming caffeine prior to bedtime will cause people to take longer to fall asleep"
"Praising people for helping will lead them to help again in the future"