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## PSYC 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Statistical Conclusion Validity, Construct Validity, Observer-Expectancy Effect

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The basic idea of validity is that conclusions based on research (are) Select one: support the researchers hypothesis(es), free of experimenter bias, s

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Select one: authority and logic, logic and intuition, authority and science, intuition and science. The problem with common sense as a way of knowing i

View Document## PSYC 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Grand Unified Theory, Validity, Availability Heuristic

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Wherever possible, illustrate your answers with examples: describe the limitations of authority, logic, and intuitive methods of knowing about behavior

View Document## PSYC 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Concurrent Engineering, Construct Validity, Internal Validity

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A between-subjects experiment is one in which each subject. Select one: experiences each condition, serves as his or her own control, experiences only

View Document## PSYC 100B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sioux, Deodorant, Neural Adaptation

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Practice test for tt2: gleitman describes an experiment in which participants were asked to wear a t-shirt for 24 hours without taking a shower or putt

View Document## PSYC 100B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lateralization Of Brain Function, Operant Conditioning, White Matter

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Practice test for tt1: jane and janet are identical twins. In fact lena is so scared that she wets her pants. What disorder could john"s disorganized b

View Document## PSYC 100B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Occipital Lobe, Participant Observation, Doomsday Cult

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## PSYC 300B Lecture 2: Workshop 2

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This activity will help you learn more about hypothesis testing in an independent samples design. Before you start, complete the form below to assign a

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Hypothesis, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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P(obs) = actual probability that you"ve made a type i error. When we reject the null, we say that the data is not a random occurrence, but more likely,

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Sampling Distribution, F-Distribution

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Psyc 300b - chapter 7: analysis of variance (anova: factor: the independent variable (iv) of the study. The different levels of a factor are the operat

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Joint Probability Distribution, Sampling Distribution, Descriptive Statistics

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Psyc 300b - chapter 3: hypothesis testing of the correlation coef cient: hypothesis testing applying to correlation coef cients. Pearson r: a descripti

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Psyc 300b - chapter 12: analysis of frequency data: frequency data when data are tallies or frequency counts: They are qualitative & represent a nomina

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Null Hypothesis, Sampling Distribution, Time Point

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Also called repeated measures, dependent measures, within-groups, paired-samples. (+) requires fewer participants, time, & resources. (+) fewer externa

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Count Data, Dependent And Independent Variables, Descriptive Statistics

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2 choices for tests of inferential analyses: (a) random sampling model use if: participants are randomly sampled from the population, dv is normally di

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Helicopter Flight Controls, Sydney Trains T Set, Descriptive Statistics

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## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Hypothesis, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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P(obs) = actual probability that you"ve made a type i error. When we reject the null, we say that the data is not a random occurrence, but more likely,

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Sampling Distribution, F-Distribution

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View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Joint Probability Distribution, Sampling Distribution, Descriptive Statistics

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Psyc 300b - chapter 3: hypothesis testing of the correlation coef cient: hypothesis testing applying to correlation coef cients. Pearson r: a descripti

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Also called repeated measures, dependent measures, within-groups, paired-samples. (+) requires fewer participants, time, & resources. (+) fewer externa

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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The graphic gure displays these cell means, not values for x (ii) you need at least 4 cells means to create a gure or table. An apa-type graphic gure i

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Count Data, Dependent And Independent Variables, Descriptive Statistics

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View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Arcsine Distribution, Sampling Distribution, Type I And Type Ii Errors

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View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Null Hypothesis, Sampling Distribution, Random Assignment

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2 choices for tests of inferential analyses: (a) random sampling model use if: participants are randomly sampled from the population, dv is normally di

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## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Standard Score, Descriptive Statistics, Contingency Table

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Psyc 300b - chapter 12: analysis of frequency data: frequency data when data are tallies or frequency counts: They are qualitative & represent a nomina

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The graphic gure displays these cell means, not values for x (ii) you need at least 4 cells means to create a gure or table. An apa-type graphic gure i

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Helicopter Flight Controls, Sydney Trains T Set, Descriptive Statistics

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Psyc 300b - chapter 9: multi-factorial research designs: multi-factorial research designs: involves 2 or more factors (ivs), each with more than 1 leve

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Rfactor, Type I And Type Ii Errors, Multiple Comparisons Problem

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## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Sampling Distribution, F-Distribution

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Psyc 300b - chapter 7: analysis of variance (anova: factor: the independent variable (iv) of the study. The different levels of a factor are the operat

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Joint Probability Distribution, Sampling Distribution, Descriptive Statistics

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Psyc 300b - chapter 3: hypothesis testing of the correlation coef cient: hypothesis testing applying to correlation coef cients. Pearson r: a descripti

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Hypothesis, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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P(obs) = actual probability that you"ve made a type i error. When we reject the null, we say that the data is not a random occurrence, but more likely,

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Null Hypothesis, Sampling Distribution, Time Point

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Also called repeated measures, dependent measures, within-groups, paired-samples. (+) requires fewer participants, time, & resources. (+) fewer externa

View Document## PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Null Hypothesis, Sampling Distribution, Random Assignment

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2 choices for tests of inferential analyses: (a) random sampling model use if: participants are randomly sampled from the population, dv is normally di

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