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The type of replication where a researcher follows the original procedure but adds an additional dimension (for example a new condition or experimental manipulation) is called:
Conceptual replication
replication with extension
Free replication
Exact replication

The assumption that phenomena observed in a single study can be generalised to other contexts is called:
Replication
Universalism
Fundamental attribution error
Sampling
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The type of replication where a researcher follows the original procedure but adds an additional dimension (for example a new condition or experimental manipulation) is called:
Conceptual replication
replication with extension
Free replication
Exact replication

The assumption that phenomena observed in a single study can be generalised to other contexts is called:
Replication
Universalism
Fundamental attribution error
Sampling
okay, thanks, this'll help with my psychology revision!
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