psychology

posted by .

To gain acceptance, a hypothesis must be:
suggested by a credible authority.
kept secret until the research is completed.
imaginative and appealing.
backed by empirical evidence

  • psychology -

    I chose D. Am I correct?

  • psychology -

    Yes. You're correct.

  • psychology -

    Definitely!

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Intro to Psychiology 1

    To gain acceptance, a hypothesis must be: A) Suggested by a credible authority. B) Kept secret until the research is complete C) Imaginative and appealing D) backed by empirical evidence. I think its (D) but someone else said they …
  2. history

    many scientists who helped develop the atomic bomb for the United States A.were hired by the joint authority of the U.S. England and the Soviet Union B.made it known that they felt the project should not be kept secret C. had escaped …
  3. Introduction to Psychology

    Joaquin has been assigned a primary research project in his psychology class. He is to observe student behavior during a learning task andattempt to for a(an) ________. In order to do this, he must be able to describe principlesand …
  4. psychology

    to gain acceptance,a hypothesis must be.
  5. presentation essential

    dentify and evaluate the three specific credible sources of information on that topic based on the information on evaluating sources in your textbook on pages 179 – 181. Identify and discuss the criteria that were used to evaluate …
  6. psychology

    To gain acceptance, ahypothesis must be: a. suggested by a credible authority. b. kept secret until the research is completed. c. imaginative and appealing. d. backed by empirical evidence. i choose the answer d is that correct. ASsp
  7. Psychology

    A hypothesis is an educated guess and as such must have the following characteristics: 1) can be proved or disproved 2) is based on some previous evidence 3) is an unsubstiantiated thought 4) is the basis of psychological research …
  8. psychology

    A hypothesis is what an investigator uses to: duplicate research findings of other scientists. frame his/her research question. explain why he/she obtained a certain result from an experiment. define the parameters of a research study. …
  9. English

    1. He kept a secret. 2. He broke a secret 3. He let out a secret. 4. He gave away a secret. 5. He betrayed a secret. ================= What is the opposite of #1?
  10. intro to psychology

    To gain acceptance, a hypothesis must be:

More Similar Questions