PSYC-3006-1-Psychology of Gender-2022-Spring-QTR-Term-wks- 1-thru-6
PSYC 3006 Week 1
- Results that are statistically significant are:
- Gender-related differences in ability are largest for:
- The feminist movement of the 1960s grew out of the .
- In psychology research, dependent variables are:
- The research method that can show cause and effect relationships is:
- Researchers conducting ethnographic studies:
- One difference between the men’s movement and the women’s movement is that:
- The concept of hostile sexism:
- Quantification refers to the:
- Some feminist critics of science have argued that science is an inevitably biased activity, whereas others have contended that:
- An operational definition:
- The data that researchers collect are usually:
- Ben Barres has a unique perspective on the treatment of women in science and contends that:
- The men’s movement differs from the women’s movement in .
- The stereotype that women are more emotional than men:
- The maximalist view holds that:
- In his speculation that the low number of female scientists is due to women’s innately lower ability, Lawrence Summers used .
- When an experimenter finds that the manipulation of an independent variable produced a change in the dependent variable, with all other factors held constant, then:
- The tendency to publish results that show differences:
- Focus groups: