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Psychological Research Methodology I

PSYC1040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Standard Deviation, Square Root, Cumulative Frequency Analysis

Lecture 12 Data, Graphing and The T Test for Independent Means Data Must be o Organised o Explored o Refined Find a way of making a shorter, simpler report ...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: William Sealy Gosset, Null Hypothesis, Square Root

Lecture 11 The T Test Testing Hypotheses about a Sample Mean Z = M-u/Pop SD Good to use when testing differences between means when population SD is known Use T-Test when population SD is not kn...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 - Ethics and Research Design

Lecture 5 Ethics and Research Design To design and understand research you need to know a lot about principles such as randomisation and casual inference Ethical principles are important Research Ethics Animal ethics Human...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Empiricism, John Stuart Mill, Null Hypothesis

Lecture 1 Introduction to Statistics and the Four Pillars The Four Pillars Hypothesis Testing Setting up Null/Alternative Hypothesis Collect Data Decide whether finding is rare enough to reject the ...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Null Hypothesis, Falsifiability

Lecture 2 Study Design Theory Theory of birth order o The course of ones life is set by family interactions that are determined by birth order Q1: Self destructive workaholic o Doesnt have time for his family o Has an ulce...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture 7: Lecture 7 - Central Tendency and Variability

Lecture 7 Central Tendency and Variability Can be thought of as: What is the typical score and how spread out are the data How spread out are they from that typical score How are quantitative data distributed? Visualisatio...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Demand Characteristics, Internal Validity, Random Assignment

Lecture 4 Validity and Threats Internal vs External Validity Validity How valid is this study? Internal How well does this study really investigate what its supposedly studying? External How well does this studys findin...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Internal Validity, Dependent And Independent Variables, Selection Bias

Lecture 3 The Replicability Crisis and Research Design Crisis For the last ten years, critics noted questionable research practices: Selective reporting or partial publication of data o Only reporting data that is signific...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture 10: Lecture 10 - Distribution of Means, Z Tests, Power and Errors

Lecture 10 Distribution of Means, Z Tests, Power and Errors Remember Entire group of individuals or instances about who we hope to learn it the population We draw a sample which is a subset of the population and lets us ma...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Heart Rate, Mental Chronometry, Eye Color

Lecture 6 Measurement and Data Representation Sample - Measure certain things about the sample (Descriptive Statistical Methods) Statistics are numbers that describe samples Make an inference about what is going o...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture 9: Lecture 9 - Hypothesis Testing

Lecture 9 Hypothesis Testing Different Symbols Different one used to describe samples and populations o Sample: Mean = M o Population: Mean = weird u o Sample: Standard Deviation = SD o Population: Standard Deviation = o w...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
PSYC1040 Lecture 8: Lecture 8 - Z Scores, The Normal Distribution and Probability

Lecture 8 Z Scores, The Normal Distribution and Probability ZScores Examples of transformation mathematical operation applied to every score in data set o Eg. Subtract one from every score o Divide each score by 6 Linear ...

Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
Psychology
PSYC1040
Eric Vanman
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Acute Stress Reaction, Abnormal Psychology, Conversion Disorder

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Operant Conditioning Chamber, Sigmund Freud, Classical Conditioning

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Penis Envy, Anal Retentiveness, Castration Anxiety

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