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What does it mean to have a psychology research question that is objective? (1 point) That the question has to be independent of any other information or input That the question has to relate to something that can actually be measured That the phenomenon can be observed without introducing personal bias That the question has a systematic approach
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anonymous
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You are right. Research include validation process and should be void of any kind of contradiction towards data collection of the research carried out.
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  • anonymous
What are the books you follow for your psychology course? Please include your textbook, or areas of interest like novels, stories etc which you love?
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Have you done any kind of projects in psychology?

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I am right..? We don't use any books. Yeah, we did a powerpoint I think.
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Okay, How do you study psychology?
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I do online schooling. I figured it out though, thanks!

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