If a research interested in aIlen1on skills claims that a walk through the park three times a week boosts performance on a cognit1ve test of aIen1on, what kind of claim is being made?
Explain what you might want to know about
a) Internal validity of the research,
b) external validity of the research.a)b)
Pretend you are a member of an Ins1tu1onal Review Board and you are asked to evaluate a study that involves very shy children aged 8-12 and social anxiety. The children in this study will be put in a surprise situa1on in the lab in which they find themselves alone in front of a group of strangers for about 5 minutes. Their electro-physiological responses and heart rate will be monitored before and after this situa1on which is thought to cause mild to moderate anxiety.
What ethical concerns might you have.
Answer with respect to the principles of
b) Respect for Persons, and
Raise at least one ques1on or comment for each of the principles.a)b)c)Q3. Please examine one bias or vulnerability of so called ‘everyday thinking’ touched on in the text and explain how systema1c research can help reduce this bias