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Does anyone know how to answer this, my teacher isn’t explaining properly.
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Does anyone know how to answer this, my teacher isn’t explaining properly.
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You have to explain how you would define aggression (e.g. what exactly are you measuring, your IV and DV) and how you would do the experiment ethically e.g. what research method.
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You could operationalise aggression in terms of rates of conviction for violent crime and compare the rates within Male and female prison populations, thereby avoiding direct human research....
Something like this, I’m tired.
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