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The attached workbook is to help students in their preparation for exam day. I use this workbook with my HL students starting in about March of their second year. It is a way to review key concepts of qualitative research with them, as well as to have them do some self-assessment of their ekransenin.ml way that I usually use the workbook is as a self .
Targeting your HL Paper 3 examination for IB Psychology Qualitative Research Methods First you have to know, understand and have memorised the IB Psychology QRM content, next you have to practice applying that knowledge to the associated stimulus material.
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Quantitative - used to extrapolate beyond sample tested (usually measured in numbers) Qualitative - rich data that is highly descriptive (usually some form of text generated by participant) Method triangulation - using different techniques to gather data - could be qualitative and quantitative (e.g 4/4(5). Start studying Psychology Paper 3 - Schizophrenia. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.