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[q] a mental state that can't be directly observed[textentry][a]construct [q] the degree to which a study is actually dealing with the variables it claims to be[textentry] [c]construct validity [a] Yes, the answer is construct validity [c]* [a] No, the answer is construct validity.

[q] the degree to which a study conclusively demonstrates that something caused a change [textentry][a] internal validity

[q] the only kind of study that has internal validity [textentry][a] experiment [q] the degree to which the study's results can be generalized.[textentry] [c] external validity [a] Yes, it is external validity [c]* [a] No, the answer is external validity [q]experiment's key ingredient [textentry][a] random assignment [q] ethical human research usually needs IRB approval, informed consent, and this.[textentry] [a] debriefing [q] giving potential participants information about the study, especially in terms of factors that might lead them to refuse to be in the study, before they decide whether to participate. [textentry][a]informed consent [q] After the participant is done with the study, explaining the purpose of the study to the participant, answering any participant questions, and undoing any harm that the participant may have experienced as a result of being in the study [textentry] [a] debrief [q] abbreviation for a committee of at least five members--one of whom must be a community member-- that review and monitor research in an effort to protect human participants. [textentry][a] Internal Review Board (IRB) [/qdeck]