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Types of Study Design
One time data collection
Test of the current knowledge (no learning prior to testing)
Learning situation (e.g., artificial grammar). Material presented during a learning phase. At the end of the learning phase, learning tested.
Longitudinal study. Same data collected at different points in time.
> Checking for Universality of principles
A comparative approach takes at least two forms, where language is concerned: the first involves the linguistic capacities of non-human primates, and the second involves cross-linguistic studies.
en/academe/fields/psychology/cognitive-psychology/experimental-paradigms/types-of-study-design.txt · Last modified: 2007/06/11 07:03 by marielle
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