Chapter 8 Quiz By George Waddell Posted 17 February 2021 In Chapter 8 Quiz2021-02-172021-02-17https://www.performingmusicresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/pmr-logo.pngPerforming Music Researchhttps://www.performingmusicresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/pmr-logo.png200px200px 0 These questions test your knowledge of the content of Chapter 8. Two variables that randomly correlate with one another, but have no relationship, are an example of (a) __________.confounding variablesconfirmation biascyclic correlationspurious correlation The best tool for isolating causal relationships is a __________ experiment.truequasi-repeated-measuresrandom The independent variable is the outcome of the experiment, and the dependent variable is the factor that you change.TrueFalse A quasi-experiment can be run using a random or a non-random sample.TrueFalse RCT stands for Randomized __________ Trial. When a participant's behavior changes because they are being observed, this is known as _____________.the placebo effectacquiescence biasthe Hawthorne effectsocial facilitation A mixed-design experiment can combine elements of a true experiment, quasi-experiment, and repeated-measures experiment in a single study.TrueFalse A ______________ experiment examines the experiences of one specific participant. In a double-blinded experiment, neither the participants or the researchers...... ever come into contact with each other.... know to which experimental group the participants have been assigned.... learn the results of the experiment.... know the true purpose of the experiment. The experimental protocol documents the outcomes of the study and how it unfolded.TrueFalse Time is Up! Time's up George Waddell Recent PostsHello world! Leave a Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.