Correct. The figures I've used are the percentages of psychiatrists and nurses who stopped and talked to the patient.
Again I'm checking the textbooks and two out of the three that I have state that electro-occulogram measures were taken by placing electrodes around participants' eyes to objectively measure eye movements.
Having delved further into the article, it makes sense:
The VBM method used scans of 50 males as controls.
The pixel counting method used 'a precisely age-matched
sample of 16 normal controls taken from the 50 used in the VBM
You're absolutely right, it should be reliability. Thanks for pointing that out.
That's what happens when you try to rush things!
Ok, so Gregorian chants aren't for everyone, but I can't get this tune out of my head! DJ Svenzo is awesome.
I think it works quite nicely.
I realise the reading of this study isn't so good. There are two reasons for this:
First, there are only so many times I can say the words 'penis' and 'widdler' in a sentence without laughing!
Second, I'm not a huge fan of Freud and find it difficult to take his theories seriously.
Apologies, but I was trying very hard not to laugh!
Thank you for your comment. I'm racing through making these videos as quickly as I can so that they're ready for the AS exam next week, so I may have overlooked things!
Yeah, go for it!
Hope you find them useful. They're for the Edexcel AS spec but might be handy for other specs as well.