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    Psychology: Correlations

    Psychology: Revising Research Methods

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    Uploaded Apr 23, 2015

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    Psychology: Correlations

    Directed by shortcutstv 2015 6 min

    trailer correlations

    Uploaded Apr 23, 2015

    Non-Experimental Methods Big Bundle: 4 films (Self-Report Methods, Observation, Case Studies and Correlations) at one low price.

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    Psychology: Correlations

    Correlations identifies and explains the key ideas you need to revise for your psychology exams:
    • positive and negative correlations
    • correlation co-efficient
    • correlation and causation
    • examples: media and violence
    • ethics and socially-sensitive research

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