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YORKPSYC 2021Robert CribbieSummer

PSYC 2021- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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YORKPSYC 2021Robert CribbieSummer

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Lecture introduction to social psychology, culture, & social. E(cid:454)e(cid:396)(cid:272)ise pausi(cid:374)g fo(cid:396) o(cid:374)e (cid:373)i(cid:3
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YORKPSYC 2021Jodi MartinWinter

PSYC 2021 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Statistical Parameter, Statistical Inference, Normal Distribution

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YORKPSYC 2021Margarete WolframWinter

PSYC 2021 - Exam 3 Notes (Fall 2011)

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Standard error of the mean: = / n. The smaller the , the more normal the distribution. Best estimate of 2 = 2 + . 2 = (ss / n) + (ss / n [n 1]) = ss /
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YORKPSYC 2021Margarete WolframFall

PSYC 2021 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Central Tendency, Medes

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YORKPSYC 2021Edward HaltrechtWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter 12: Ch12 Answers

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YORKPSYC 2021Edward HaltrechtWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter 10: Ch10 Answers

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10 Jun 2019
Chapter 10: the t test for two independent samples. There are several possible solutions to the matchstick problem in the chapter 10 preview but all in
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YORKPSYC 2021Edward HaltrechtWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter 9: Ch9 Answers

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The t statistic is used when the population variance or standard deviation is unknown. The t statistic uses the sample variance or standard deviation i
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YORKPSYC 2021Edward HaltrechtWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter 13: Ch13 Answers

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10 Jun 2019
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YORKPSYC 2021Edward HaltrechtWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter 14: Ch14 Answers

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In analysis of variance, an independent variable (or a quasi-independent variable) is called b. The main effect for treatment is the 1-point difference
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YORKPSYC 2021Edward HaltrechtWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter 8: STATS Chapter 8

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PSYC 2021 Chapter 16: Ch16 Answers

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PSYC 2021 Chapter 15: Ch15 Answers

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Chapter 15: correlation: a positive correlation indicates that x and y change in the same direction: as x increases, y also increases. A negative corre
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YORKPSYC 2021Edward HaltrechtWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter 11: Ch11 Answers

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10 Jun 2019
Chapter 11: the t test for two related samples: a. This is an independent-measures experiment with two separate samples. b. The same individuals are me
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PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Absolute Threshold, Taste Bud, Sensory Memory

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YORKPSYC 2021Jodi MartinWinter

PSYC 2021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Statistical Inference, Reality Television, Statistical Parameter

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12 Sep 2018
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YORKPSYC 2021Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 2021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Projective Test, Jimmy Fallon, List Of Members Of The Avn Hall Of Fame

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22 Mar 2017
Human sciences: cause- effect, detached nomothetic, quantitative. Variables: events or conditions that you have noted on the plane of observation which
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YORKPSYC 2021Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 2021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Null Hypothesis, Alternative Hypothesis, Test Statistic

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3 Apr 2017
Specifies the difference between m and due to chance. Obtained difference between data and / expected difference due to chance. For normally distribute
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YORKPSYC 2021Jodi MartinWinter

PSYC 2021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Statistical Parameter, Xg Technology, Squared Deviations From The Mean

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12 Sep 2018
A statistical measure used to determine a single score that de nes the centre of a distribution. Goal: to nd the single score that is most typical or m
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YORKPSYC 2021Jodi MartinSpring

PSYC 2021 Lecture 9: Chap. 9 - Introduction to the t-Statistic

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YORKPSYC 2021Agnieszka KopinskaFall

PSYC 2021 Lecture Notes - Sampling Error, Extraversion And Introversion

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22 Dec 2013
Populations and samples: quantitative data: includes large numbers, behaviours, attitudes, representative samples: important for polling, the populatio
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YORKPSYC 2021Jodi MartinSpring

PSYC 2021 Lecture 5: Chap. 5 - Z scores: Location of Scores and Standardized Distributions

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15 Mar 2018
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YORKPSYC 2021Alistair MappFall

PSYC 2021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Variance

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19 Jan 2016
M (sample mean) is an unbiased estimator of (population mean) // this statement means that on average, the average sample mean will be equal to the pop
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YORKPSYC 2021Jodi MartinSpring

PSYC 2021 Lecture 3: Chap. 3 - Central Tendency & Chap. 4 - Variability

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YORKPSYC 2021Alistair MappFall

PSYC 2021 Lecture 2: lecture 2 2021 mapp

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YORKPSYC 2021Heather JenkinSummer

Stats I Chapters 8-12, 16, 18 Notes

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YORKPSYC 2021Heather JenkinSummer

Stats I Chapters 1-7 Notes

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YORKPSYC 2021PatFall

PSYC 2021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dependent And Independent Variables

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28 Jun 2017
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YORKPSYC 2021Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Statistic, Sampling Distribution, Standard Deviation

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14 Mar 2017
Chapter 7: probability and samples: the distribution of. Sampling error is a naturally occurring discrepancy, or amount of error, between a sample stat
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YORKPSYC 2021Margarete WolframSummer

PSYC 2021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: California Psychological Inventory, Thematic Apperception Test, Implicit-Association Test

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15 May 2017
An individuals personality is revealed through characteristic patterns of behaviour, thought, or emotional experience that is reletvily consistent acro
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YORKPSYC 2021Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Standard Deviation, Statistic, Central Limit Theorem

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14 Mar 2017
Chapter 7: probability and samples: the distribution of. Sampling error is a naturally occurring discrepancy, or amount of error, between a sample stat
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YORKPSYC 2021Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Statistical Inference, Statistical Parameter, Statistic

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20 Jan 2017
Mainly consisting of facts and figures such as. To organize and summarize the information so that the researchers can see what happened in the research
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YORKPSYC 2021Alistair MappWinter

PSYC 2021 Chapter 1: Reading- Chapter 1

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9 Mar 2017
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YORKPSYC 2021Heather JenkinsSummer

PSYC 2021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Alternative Hypothesis, Type I And Type Ii Errors, Observational Error

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12 Sep 2016
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YORKPSYC 2021Heather JenkinsSummer

PSYC 2021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Central Limit Theorem, Statistical Significance, Sampling Distribution

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Standard error: standard deviation of the sampling distribution. Measure of how much random variation we would expect from samples of equal size drawn
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PSYC 2021 Study Guide - Final Guide: Negative Number, Birth Weight, Alternative Hypothesis

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A hypothesis test is a statistical method that use sample data to evaluate a hypothesis at a population parameter. The goal of hypothesis testing is to
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YORKPSYC 2021Margarete WolframWinter

PSYC 2021 - Exam 1 Notes (Fall 2011)

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Common sense can outperform statistics in several ways such as recognizing patterns (handwriting, human language, etc. ) than computer programs based o
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