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SFUPSYC 210Joe ThompsonSpring

PSYC 210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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Random variable: a property that can take on different (at least 2) values (in it varies). These values have associated probabilities and we can this t
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SFUPSYC 210Donna TafreshiFall

[PSYC 210] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (28 pages long!)

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SFUPSYC 210Rochelle FouladiFall

PSYC 210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Confidence Interval, Kurtosis, Standard Deviation

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17 Feb 2016
Negatively skewed: mean < median < mode. Positively skewed: mean > median > mode. Real lower limit = stated lower limit 0. 5. Real upper limit = stated
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SFUPSYC 210Snjezana HuertaSpring

PSYC 210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Central Tendency, Standard Deviation

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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandFall

PSYC 210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Linear Regression, Linear Prediction, Statistical Significance

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25 Nov 2012
Large t at 37, r2 only 3% r2 = predictability = proportionate reduction in error = ( ) = msbetween / mswithin. Large d = small r2 r2 is a good effect s
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SFUPSYC 210Rochelle FouladiSpring

PSYC 210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Confidence Interval, Null Hypothesis, Repeated Measures Design

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8 Sep 2014
Psyc 210 final review material for t-tests on means. Use these questions to facilitate studying the course material on t-tests. Ask a ta if you are uns
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SFUPSYC 210Snjezana HuertaSpring

PSYC 210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Categorical Variable, Univariate, Central Tendency

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27 Feb 2017
Descriptive statistics: defined: help describe/understand features of a data set by using graphs/tables/discussion (are measures of central tendency an
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SFUPSYC 210Rochelle FouladiFall

PSYC 210 Midterm: 210 Midterm Q's

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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandWinter

PSYC 210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Squared Deviations From The Mean

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24 Mar 2013
= x1 + x2 + x3 + + xn. I = 1 lower limit of the summation. Summary of the constant: the sum of k occurrences of constant c, k = # of constants; k times
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SFUPSYC 210Rachel FouladiSpring

PSYC 210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Average Absolute Deviation, Exploratory Data Analysis, Interquartile Range

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15 Mar 2016
Decision tree: graphical representaion of decisions involved in choice of staisical procedures. Most staisical quesions fall into two overlapping categ
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PSYC 201W Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Psychological Reports, Intelligence Quotient

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9 Feb 2019
Running head: summary of teachers" expectancies: determinants of pupils" iq gains. The article by rosenthal & jacobson (1966), was a study based on a t
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SFUFall

PSYC 201W Lecture 2: assignment 2

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9 Feb 2019
The article by rosenthal & jacobson (1966), is a study based on a theory from previous study in order to support the theory which was indicated that th
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SFUFall

PSYC 201W Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Murder Of Kitty Genovese, Dependent And Independent Variables

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9 Feb 2019
Running head: summary of bystander intervention in emergencies: diffusion of responsibility. Journal of personality and social psychology, 8(4, pt. 1),
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SFUFall

PSYC 201W Lecture 4: assignment#4

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9 Feb 2019
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SFUFall

PSYC 201W Lecture 3: assignment#3: 201

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9 Feb 2019
Outten, h. , schmitt, m. , miller, d. , & garcia, a. (2012). Feeling threatened about the future: whites" emotional reactions to anticipated ethnic dem
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SFUFall

PSYC 325 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Science, Mase, Epistemological Pluralism

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9 Dec 2018
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SFUFall

PSYC 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cappuccino, Classical Conditioning, Reinforcement

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4 Nov 2018
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PSYC 376 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Child Behavior Checklist, Justifiable Homicide, Psychological Trauma

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24 Jun 2018
Short term and long term effects of child abuse victims testifying in criminal court. There are both potential negative and positive psychological effe
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SFUSpring

ARCH 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ancestral Puebloans, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Sinagua

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29 Mar
Undecorated black-on-white: elaborately painted and ritually "killed" pottery found in human burials were created by the ___________ culture, a subgrou
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ARCH 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Eridu, Southeastern Ceremonial Complex, Peyote

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SFUPSYC 210Snjezana HuertaSummer

PSYC 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Statistical Inference, Descriptive Statistics, Standard Deviation

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17 May 2016
Course objectives and organization creating an environment conducive to learning student deliverables and evaluation course schedule: describing data t
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SFUPSYC 210Joe ThompsonSpring

PSYC 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Tim Hortons, Central Limit Theorem, Sampling Distribution

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6 Mar 2018
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SFUPSYC 210Joe ThompsonSpring

PSYC 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Data Matrix, Statistical Inference

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9 Jan 2018
Random variable: a property that can take on different (at least 2) values (in it varies). These values have associated probabilities and we can this t
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SFUPSYC 210Snjezana HuertaWinter

PSYC 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: List Of Statistical Packages, Standard Deviation, Scatter Plot

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20 Nov 2017
Please submit on time to avoid late penalties. **see overall instructions in canvas (in announcement and on assignment page)** answer in order, show wo
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SFUPSYC 210Joe ThompsonSpring

PSYC 210 Lecture 10: Tutorial 10 - NHST Review and t distributions

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20 Mar 2018
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SFUPSYC 210Joe ThompsonSpring

PSYC 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Null Hypothesis, Test Statistic, Type I And Type Ii Errors

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13 Mar 2018
Null hypothesis testing can sort of get around the sampling problem. Sampling problem: with random sampling, we can never be sure that any one given sa
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SFUPSYC 210Joe ThompsonSpring

PSYC 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Descriptive Statistics, Decision Rule, Random Variable

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19 Mar 2018
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SFUPSYC 210Joe ThompsonSpring

PSYC 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Interquartile Range, Skewness, Unimodality

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23 Jan 2018
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SFUPSYC 210Joe ThompsonSpring

PSYC 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Reductionism, Psychometrics

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16 Jan 2018
Quantification: the quantification of psychological information (i. e. , numerical representation of psychological (cid:1154)objects(cid:1155) and/or (
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SFUPSYC 210Snjezana HuertaWinter

PSYC 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: 40 Minutes, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Investigation Discovery Europe

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20 Nov 2017
(cid:1)210 extra practice 9 -- hypothesis testing (p. 1) When appropriate to do so, conduct a hypothesis test (identify which is the appropriate test t
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandFall

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes -Null Hypothesis, Standard Deviation, Normal Distribution

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25 Nov 2012
Distribution of means distribution of means of samples of a given size form a population; comparison distribution when testing hypotheses involving a s
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SFUPSYC 210Donna TafreshiFall

PSYC 210 Chapter 8: Lec 6

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SFUPSYC 210Donna TafreshiFall

PSYC 210 Chapter 1-2: Lec 1

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12 Oct 2016
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandWinter

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Linear Map, Standard Deviation, Conditional Probability

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24 Mar 2013
Chapter 5 measures of variability (p. 75) Variability / dispersion the degree to which individual data points are distributed around the mean. Range (r
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SFUPSYC 210Donna TafreshiFall

PSYC 210 Chapter 5-6: Lec 4

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12 Oct 2016
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandWinter

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Exploratory Data Analysis, Dependent And Independent Variables, Skewness

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Frequency distribution a distribution in which the values of the dependent variable are tabled or plotted against their frequency of occurrence i. e. r
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SFUPSYC 210Russell DayFall

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Random Number Table, Exclusive Or, Dependent And Independent Variables

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20 Aug 2014
In the first case we assigned the ranks 1,2,3 whereas in the 2nd case the scores represented the number of changes rather than ranks: no information is
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SFUPSYC 210Donna TafreshiFall

PSYC 210 Chapter 3: Lec 2

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12 Oct 2016
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandFall

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes -Type I And Type Ii Errors, Statistical Power, Null Hypothesis

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Decision errors incorrect conclusion in hypothesis testing in relation to the real but unknown situation despite doing the correct calculations and ste
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SFUPSYC 210Russell DayFall

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Exploratory Data Analysis, Bar Chart, Central Tendency

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