Evaluating experiments

IB Psychology: Evaluating experiments

Psychologists often use experiments because they are a way to establish a cause and effect relationship. This is done by manipulating an independent variable and measuring the effect on a dependent variable while attempting to control other variables that could influence the outcome.One of the limitations of an experiment could be that a variable was not controlled. A variable that influences the results of an experiment...


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