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What were Roslaind’s first experiments concerned w/ and how did they contribute to the war effort?
Research on coal, better gas masks
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Which of the following experiments helped to determine the charge of an electron and (indirectly) its mass?
R. Millikan’s oil drop experiments
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Researchers design experiments so that only one thing is different between the treatments that are being compared. In the Hershey- Chase experiment, what was this single difference?
Labeling DNA or labeling proteins.
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When researchers replicate experiments, they are seeking to __________.
D. confirm the conclusions of the original results
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What do the language experiments with chimpanzees, bonobos, and gorillas indicate?
They have some ability to use signs to communicate.
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What connection has been found in experiments exploring self-image and prejudice?
People with low self-image tend to be more prejudiced.
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Which of the following experiments best addresses the hypothesis that moths stop flying in response to high-intensity bat sounds?
Play prerecorded high-intensity bat sounds to flying moths
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In Milgram’s obedience experiments, “teachers” were MOST likely to deliver high levels of shock when
the “learner” was placed in a different room from the “teacher”
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What quality was shared by those who engaged in utopian social experiments and more conventional social reformers?
a faith in Americans’ ability to collectively improve their lot
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What is the term for studies that have the structure of experiments, except they use groups that already exist, instead of randomly assigning participants to control and experimental groups?
A. quasi-experiments Correct B. natural experiments C. correlational experiments D. developmental experiments
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