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What is a level of ethical functioning that is characterized by an attempt to solve a specific ethical dilemma?
Which of the following is NOT an appropriate step in preparing the group for termination?
The fundamental principle of ethical behavior that is known as “fostering the right to control the direction of one’s life” is:
What is the fundamental principle of ethical behavior that is known as “working for the good of the individual and society by promoting mental health and well-being”?
What is the fundamental principle of ethical behavior that is known as “dealing truthfully with individuals with whom counselors come into professional contact”?
Which of the following is not a purpose of the ACA code of ethics?
Jolene has been asked by her supervisor to sign off on some notes for a colleague who is out of the office on a month long vacation. She completed her notes, but did not sign them, and the office manager cannot submit them for billing, so the agency cannot get paid. Jolene is uncomfortable with the idea and believes this to be an ethical dilemma. Now that she has identified the problem, which of the following steps in making an ethical decision, should Jolene do next?
Variance is the square root of standard deviation.
The A z score is the same as a standard deviation.
In a double-blind study:
There are dangers in having the researcher know which treatment the subject is receiving. Which of the following research errors has nothing to do with the researcher?
A positively-skewed distribution looks like:
A researcher completes his study and finds that decreases in the number of reported close friends are tied to increasing rates of depression in adolescent males. When he writes his report, he notes the relationship between the variables, but adds that this does not necessarily suggest that the depression is a direct result of few friendships. This represents which of the following:
Type 1 error is to______as Type 2 error is to_______.
Lowering the significance level_______Type 1 errors and________Type 2 errors.
A researcher is attempting to determine if the color of a classroom facilitates reading. After she establishes a baseline reading score for each child, the reading area is painted in several classrooms. In this research, the independent variable is the_________and the dependent variable is the______.
What is the most common probability of making a Type 1 error?
Which of the following is not a threat to internal validity?
What is the middle value in a list of values in numerical order?
What is the median of the following data set: 41, 50, 33, 8, 75?
What are the mode and mean of the following data set: 1, 8, 1, 9, 1, 4, 4?
What is the most common correlation coefficient?
Which scale has no true zero point and cannot rank order variables?
Most scores on a distribution fall within_______standard deviations.
Dr. Buck’s research has 2 independent variables. In order to complete his analysis, Dr. Buck will need to utilize a_____ANOVA.
Which of the following is not a measure of central tendency?
Which of the following scores is considered a ‘standard’ score?
Which of the following is a hypothesis?
Researchers want to study the effects of Hip Hop music on the attitude of urban male youths but need to identify a__________before they can proceed with their research.