In this AP Daily: Live Review session for AP Psychology, we examine how the different approaches can shape the type of questions asked and the way answers are sought within psychology.
We’ll examine the different approaches to psychology and how those approaches relate to treatment of disorders. This session connects many of the terms and concepts associated with experimentation. Commonly confused terms such as random sampling, random assignment, and representative sample are included. We explore terms that might be confusing for students such as: double blind, single blind, Type I, Type II, and operationalization. The video concludes with an FRQ that includes information from this session (Unit 1) and this FRQ will be discussed in Session 2 of this series.
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