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  31 Solutions Manual for Abnormal Psychology: A Scientist-Practitioner Approach 4th edition by Deborah C. Beidel, Cynthia M. Bulik, Melinda A. Stanley  Link full download test bank: practitioner-approach-4th-edition-by-beidel-bulik-stanley/   Link full download solutions manual: psychology-a-scientist-practitioner-approach-4th-edition-by-beidel-bulik-stanley/   Chapter 2: Research Methods in Abnormal Psychology Chapter-at-a-Glance D ETAILED O UTLINE I NSTRUCTOR ’ S R ESOURCES P RINT S UPPLEMENTS M EDIA S UPPLEMENTS P ROFESSOR N OTES Ethics and Responsibility in Research Interactive: Test Bank: PowerPoint Slides: p. 40 Ethics and Responsibility Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Core Principles of Ethics in Research Learning Objectives: Practice Tests: Pearson Video: The Informed Consent Process LO 2.1-2.2 Chapter 2 Anatomy of a Neuron Study Guide: Pearson Video: Chapter 2 Parts of the Brain Pearson Video  Neurotransmitters Research in Abnormal Psychology at the Demonstrations:  Natural Test Bank: PowerPoint Slides: Cellular Level Observation Research Chapter 2 Chapter 2 p. 42 Lec tu re Id ea s:   ― Gimme a Practice Tests:  Neuroanatomy Beat‖  Chapter 2  Neurotransmitters Learning Objectives: LO Study Guide:  Neuroimaging 2.3-2.6 Chapter 2 Genetics  32 Research in Abnormal Psychology at the Demonstrations: Test Bank: PowerPoint Slides: Individual Level Conducting a Mini Case Chapter 2 Chapter 2 p. 56 Study Practice Tests: The Case Study Lecture Ideas: When Chapter 2 Single-Case Designs Measurements Come to Study Guide: Life Chapter 2 Learning Objectives: LO 2.7-2.8 Research in Abnormal Psychology at the Group Level p. 60 Correlational Methods Controlled Group Designs Improvement of Diversity in Group-Based Research Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Cohorts Demonstrations: The Use Test Bank: PowerPoint Slides: of YouTube and the Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Internet Practice Tests: Lecture Ideas: Hot Chapter 2 Topics: Student-led Focus Study Guide: Group Chapter 2 Learning Objectives: LO 2.9-2.12 Research in Abnormal Psychology at the Demonstrations: Test Bank: PowerPoint Slides: Population Level Evaluating Cultural Chapter 2 Chapter 2 p. 69 Implications Practice Tests: Epidemiology Lecture Ideas: Why do Chapter 2 Epidemiological Research Designs some undergraduate Study Guide: students find psychological Chapter 2 research interesting and others do not? Learning Objectives: 2.13-2.14 Real Life Real Science: Susan  –   A Learning Objectives: 2.6 Test Bank: Participant in a Randomized Controlled Chapter 2 Trial Practice Tests: p. 72 Chapter 2 Study Guide: Chapter 2  31 Key Terms  ABAB , or reversal, p. 58  beneficence (p. 42)  brain stem (p. 41) candidate gene association study (p. 54) case study (p. 56) central nervous system (p. 42) cerebral cortex (p. 45) cohort (p. 67) comorbidity (p. 71) consent form (p.73) control group (p. 63) controlled group designs (p. 63) correlation (p. 60) correlation coefficient (p. 61) cross-sectional design (p. 67) dependent variable (p. 63) effectiveness (p. 64) efficacy (p. 64) endocrine system (p. 47) epidemiology (p. 70) epigenetics (p. 55) experimental epidemiology (p. 72) experimental group (p. 63) external validity (p. 64) familial aggregation (p. 52) forebrain (p. 44) frontal lobe (p. 46) functional neuroimaging (p. 50) genomewide association study (p. 54) genomewide linkage analysis (p. 54) HIPAA (p.73) hippocampus (p. 44) hormones (p. 47) incidence (p. 67) independent variable (p. 63) internal validity (p.64) left hemisphere (p. 46) limbic system (p. 44) longitudinal design (p. 68) midbrain (p. 43) molecular genetics (p. 54) neuroanatomy (p.50) neuroimaging (p. 49) neurotransmitters (p. 48) nonshared environmental factors (p.54) occipital lobe (p. 46)  parietal lobe (p. 46)  peripheral nervous system (p. 42)  placebo control (p. 64)  prevalence (p. 70)  proband (p. 52) random assignment (p. 63) right hemisphere (p. 46) shared environmental factors (p. 52) single-case design (p. 58) structural neuroimaging (p. 50) temporal lobe (p. 46) translational research (p. 40) Learning Objectives  After reviewing this chapter, students should be able to: LO 2.1 Describe three core principles of ethics in the scientific study of abnormal behavior. LO 2.2 Understand important features of informed consent. LO 2.3 Identify the two main parts of the nervous system and brain/body components of each. LO 2.4 Explain the role of neurotransmitters as they relate to abnormal behavior. LO 2.5 Recognize new techniques used to study abnormal psychology at the cellular or neuroanatomical level. LO 2.6 Understand the differences between family, adoption, and twin studies (which do not study genes directly) and molecular genetics research (which does directly study genes) and the strengths and limitations of both approaches. LO 2.7 Describe the strengths and limitations of case studies. LO 2.8 Identify two types of single-case designs and the strengths and limitations of each.  32 LO 2.9 Understand the principles of correlational research and their application to the study of abnormal behavior. LO 2.10 Describe the factors that influence outcomes of randomized controlled trials. LO 2.11 Understand the importance of diversity in group-based research in abnormal  psychology. LO 2.12 Explain the difference between cross-sectional and longitudinal cohorts and the strengths and limitations of each. LO 2.13 Differentiate incidence and prevalence as these terms relate to understanding abnormal  behavior. LO 2.14 Recognize the types of epidemiological research as they relate to understanding abnormal behavior.
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