Research designs

IB Psychology: Research designs

The research design refers to the overall strategy that a researcher chooses to investigate the research problem and test their hypothesis. The research design a psychologist chooses may have an effect on the validity of the study. The two most commonly used designs that we see in IB Psychology are the repeated measures and independent samples design. However, it is important for you to know that other research designs...


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