Imagine that you were in charge of coming up with 4 ways to operationally define a construct related to abnormal psychology. Pick one of the constructs below (please - no more than 4 students for each construct) and some up with 5 valid and reliable ways to measure the construct: Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Aggression, Intelligence, Paranoia, Self-Centeredness For Example: Affiliative 1. The number of hours in a given day a person spends with other people 2. The number of friends a person identifies in their social network 3. The time that elapses before a person strikes up a conversation with a stranger (the quicker, the more affiliative) 4. The rating (0 (not at all true) -10 (very true) a person gives when asked how much they agree with the statement "I would rather work in a group than work alone)

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Imagine that you were in charge of coming up with 4 ways to operationally define a construct related to abnormal psychology. Pick one of the constructs below (please - no more than 4 students for each construct) and some up with 5 valid and reliable ways to measure the construct: Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Aggression, Intelligence, Paranoia, Self-Centeredness For Example: Affiliative 1. The number of hours in a given day a person spends with other people 2. The number of friends a person identifies in their social network 3. The time that elapses before a person strikes up a conversation with a stranger (the quicker, the more affiliative) 4. The rating (0 (not at all true) -10 (very true) a person gives when asked how much they agree with the statement "I would rather work in a group than work alone)

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Its basically telling you to pick one of the topics. Lets take Depression for example. People with Depression typically spend 30 minutes, or less, around other people.

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How are you sure that they take 30 min or less around other people
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Oh okay.. proceed.
I don't understand the other two, though.. @Donblue
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this is not my area of expertise of experience.
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