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1. The ways described in the excerpt below characterize ... research methods According to A. Maslow, the best way to learn about what people are is to let them tell us in one way or another, directly (in the form of questions and answers) or indirectly (through communication, drawings, dreams, stories, gestures, etc. that can be interpreted).

2. The fragment below tells about ... The results of the analysis of the content of fiction show that such an analysis can be used to formulate hypotheses about various socio-psychological phenomena. Studying the images of marriage and love in the prose of youth magazines, Semenov identified various types of compatibility and incompatibility of spouses, which can be used as hypothetical in studies of the success of marriage.

*projective method

*method of content analysis

* survey method

*graphic method

3. Put in the correct order the levels of data analysis of a qualitative study (starting from the simplest level):

1 level of source material

Level 2 Description

3rd level of interpretation

4. When conducting an interview ... determines the topic of discussion, mainly asks questions, provides for a time limit, etc.


*researcher (interviewer)

* head of scientific department

* the performer who received the instructions,

5. You are planning a psychological study aimed at determining the level of happiness and life satisfaction in married women from 30 to 40 years old. You need to select your study sample. Who will be your experimental and who will be your control group?

*The experimental group will be unmarried women 30–40 years old, the control group will be married women 30–40 years old.

*The experimental group will be married women 30–40 years old, the control group will be unmarried women 30–40 years old.

*The experimental group will be married women under 30 years old, the control group will be unmarried women under 30 years old.

*The experimental group will be unmarried women under 30 years old, the control group will be married women under 30 years old.

6. Indicate the correspondence between the directions of psychology and the content of research orders using qualitative methods:

A. Psychology of mass communication

B. Social psychology

C. Political psychology

D. Psychology of advertising and marketing

E. study of the degree of trust in certain newspapers and magazines, television and radio channels, specific journalists and programs

F. implementation of humanitarian expertise of various social programs, as well as phenomena and processes of social reality

G. building an adequate and effective election campaign with the formation of a positive image of certain parties or movements, the entire system of public administration and its individual components

H. study of consumer behavior generated by brand image advertising, development of strategies for promoting goods and services on the market

7. It is not true that such a thing as ... is relevant to research in the field of psychology






8. For a successful conversation, it is very important ... conversation




* middle

9. The ability to represent the studied phenomena quite fully in terms of their variability in the general population, that is, to be a reduced model of the general population, is called ... sampling

10. Correlate the concept and its definition:

A. Sampling

B. Scale

C. Randomization

D. Population

E. a group of objects limited in number, specially selected to study its properties

F. a tool for measuring the continuous properties of an object, which is a numerical system in which the relationships between various properties of objects are expressed by the properties of a number series

G. random selection of research subjects, as a result of which we get a more or less accurate, but always probabilistic model of the general population

H. the whole set of objects in relation to which the research hypothesis is formulated (about which
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11. Data obtained empirically is called ...

12. Establish a correspondence between the concept and its definition:

A. Scientific problem

B. Hypothesis

C. Object

D. Object of Knowledge

E. the form of interrogative statements expressing uncertainty, which is subject to a scientific and practical solution

F. a scientific assumption arising from a theory that has not yet been confirmed or refuted

G. what the process of cognition is directed to; this is something whole, which is a fragment of the world in itself, that is, existing independently of the subject

H. properties, sides, relationships of real objects, considered in certain historical conditions

13. Wrong, what happens ... interpretation of concepts





14. It is not true that among the stages of empirical research - ...

*selection of research methods

*collection of empirical data

*analysis of received data

*formulation of conclusions and conclusions

15. A synonym for the word "synthesis" is ...





16. a hypothesis is a hypothesis about the absence of differences, and to confirm it means to prove the insignificance of differences

17. The null hypothesis is the hypothesis...

* about the absence of differences between the compared groups

*on the significance of differences between the compared groups

*about the equality of group indicators

18. It is not true that there is ... a kind of analysis





19. Theoretical research methods include ...

*content analysis




20. Put in the correct order the stages of the scientific research process that were defined by K. Popper:

1 hypothesis

2 study planning

3 research

4 data interpretation

5 refutation or confirmation of the hypothesis

6 in case of a refutation of the old one - the formulation of a new hypothesis

21. There must be at least ... classes (groups) in the ordinal scale

22. The difference between the maximum and minimum values ​​of the measured trait, when we subtract the minimum from the maximum value, is called ... sampling

23. Arrange in the correct sequence the elements of the algorithm for finding the variance:

1 Calculate the sample mean

2 for each element of the sample, we calculate its deviation from the average

3 each element is squared

4 find the sum of the squares of the elements

5 the sum of the squares of the elements is divided by the total number of members of the series

24. Three measurements are carried out: 1) Ordering the subjects by the time of solving the test problem. 2) Preference for pets: dogs, cats, rats, none. 3) Academic status (assistant, associate professor, professor) as an indication of belonging to the relevant category. Determine in which scale (names, order, intervals, ratios) each of the following dimensions is presented.

*1 - order scale, 2 - name scale, 3 - name scale.

*1 – order scale, 2 – order scale, 3 – name scale.

*1 – name scale, 2 – order scale, 3 – relationship scale.

*1 - scale of ratios, 2 - scale of names, 3 - scale of intervals.

25. For measurement by means of a scale of intervals, special units of measurement are established - in psychology this is ... and walleyes

26. Measures of variability include ... (specify 2 answers)



*sampling range


27. When measuring by ... classification or distribution of objects into non-overlapping classes or groups is carried out

*nominative scale

*ordinal scale

*interval scale

*relationship scale

28. The most mathematically powerful measurement scale is ...

*nominative scale

* ordinal scale

*interval scale

*relationship scale

29. Establish a correspondence between the scales and their characteristics:

A. Naming scale

B. Ordinal scale

C. Interval Scale

D. Relationship Scale

E. establishes the correspondence of a feature to a particular class

F. allows for the possibility of arranging items (or objects) in order of relationship between them

G. determines the magnitude of differences me