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1. Direct replications are like exact copies of the original study.
2. All of the findings presented in published journals would replicate.
3. If you do one statistical test and find a significant effect using a significance level of p = .05, there is only a 5 in a 100 chance that your finding is a false alarm.
4. A Type I error rate refers to the chances of mistakenly declaring that a chance difference is a real difference.
5. A Type II error rate refers to the chances of failing to find a significant difference when a reliable difference really exists.
6. In most journal articles, the chances of making a Type I error is greater than the chances of making a Type II error.
7. Systematic replications have all the advantages of a direct replication.
8. Which of the following changes to a study would boost its power
9. Using a placebo control group and making the study a double-blind study would boost its
10. Which of the following is the most advanced form of replication

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