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  • 1. Hypotheses for correlational studiesAs with hypotheses for experiments, these can be directional or non-directional; andthey can predict a positive or negative correlation. Remember to operationalise bothco-variables. These are Correctly worded In correctly worded hypothesis the co- hypothesis variablesFood and Example: There is a positive Example: There is a relationshipweight correlation between daily between food and a person’s calorie intake and a person’s weight weight in kilosChatting in Example: There is a negative Example:lessons & A correlation between minuteslevel results spent chatting in lessons and UMS scores for ASNumber ofcigarettessmoked andincidence ofcancerExercise andweightStressful lifeevents andillness © Vicky Newham Feb 2011
  • 2. These are Correctly worded In correctly worded hypothesis the co- hypothesis variablesHours spentlearningFrenchvocabularyand fluency inthe FrenchNumber ofchocolate barsconsumed andUMS mark atAS Psychology © Vicky Newham Feb 2011
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