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    Methods: Laboratory Experiments

    Laboratory Experiments in Psychology

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    Methods: Laboratory Experiments

    Directed by shortcutstv 2016 7 min
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    This film uses a selection of famous psychological studies to explain the experimental method and illustrate how laboratory experiments are done, their strengths and limitations and, something that's often forgotten, how these limitations do not apply uniformly to all experimental studies.
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    Methods: Laboratory Experiments

    This film uses a selection of famous psychological studies to explain the experimental method and illustrate how laboratory experiments are done, their strengths and limitations and, something that's often forgotten, how these limitations do not apply uniformly to all experimental studies.

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