# RMB (2)

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### Define thematic analysis

The process used to identify themes or patterns within data. It involves identifying and analyzing recurring patterns of meaning within a dataset to gain insights into the underlying concepts and ideas.

### What are the 3 categories of epistemology?

Positivism, contextualism and social constructionism

### How does IPA explain the researcher's subjectivity?

The double hermeneutic = 1st hermeneutic is the participants making sense of their experiences, 2nd hermeneutic is the researcher making sense of the 1st hermeneutic.

### What does an asynchronous online group involve?

It is not live, occurs in days or maybe weeks or even years, participants create a project together.

### Why is media data useful?

It highlights common messages about population/issues.

### How do you report results of a Mann Whitney in APA format?

U value, Z value and P value

### What does N mean?

The number of data values (e.g. there are 25 participants who took part in both 2 conditions so N = 50).

Z and P values

### Which experimental designs can be used in dependent in T tests?

Repeated measures and matched pair tests

### What values do you report in all T tests?

t value, df and p value

### What does a high correlation mean in a dependent test?

The t test is more powerful

### Define Effect size.

Looks at how well something works in a range of contexts.

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### List the small, medium and large pearson's r correlation effect sizes.

small = <0.03, medium = >0.03 large = >0.05

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### List the small, medium and large effect sizes for Cohen's d.

small = <0.02, medium = >0.5 and large = >0.8

### When would you look at exact sig and asymp sig?

Exact sig = sample less than 20 Asymp sig = sample more than 20

Test your knowledge on effect sizes and correlations with this quiz. Explore the reporting values for T tests, the meaning of high correlation in a dependent test, and the significance of effect size over statistical significance. Assess your understanding of small, medium, and large effect sizes for Pearson's r and Cohen's d.

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