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PowerPoint: Measuring Dependent Variables Lecture

This lecture introduces students to several different ways of measuring behavior as the dependent variable. Several types of behavioral measures are shown, including: behavioral trace, behavioral observation, and behavioral choice.

Measuring Dependent Variables; Measuring Behavior

Author: Gary Lewandowski

Posted: Wednesday, May 12, 2010