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NEUR 2002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Null Hypothesis, Otaku, Statistical Hypothesis Testing
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Four stages of hypothesis testing (testing population) State hypothesis, Define H0 and H1 Set the criteria for decision-making, define alpha the alpha sets the tails of the normal distribution. This is the part where the s...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2002
Honyun Sun
NEUR 2002 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 - Jan 17, 2019
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find more resources at oneclass.com Variability - describes the degree to which the score are spread out or clustered together quantitative distance measure based on the differences between scores Describes distanc...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2002
Honyun Sun
NEUR 2202 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 Jan 11, 2019
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2 midterm (20 or 25 each) 1 take home exam (30 or 40) 3 spread the word assignments (20) - take the best 2 out of 3 Textbook: Foundation of Neural development (by Breedlove) Back in history: life started from a single-cell...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2202
Natalina Salmaso
NEUR 2002 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 Jan 8, 2019
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Officehours Thurs 1130 HS 5311 1pm Evaluation Midterm 1 25 Notecheatsheetandcalculatoareallowed Midterm 2 25 4 bonus iclass Note quiz Final 50 1 What isStatistics math branchthat involvesollectioanalysisd interpretationdat...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2002
Honyun Sun
NEUR 2002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Level Of Measurement, Frequency Distribution, Unimodality
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Review: Real limits of continuous varonlyapplies to continuous var Real limits: boundaries that is exactly half way between two measurable scores Upper real limit (top interval), lower real limit (bottom interval) 150 150....

Neuroscience
NEUR 2002
Honyun Sun
NEUR 2002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Frequency Distribution, Central Tendency, Descriptive Statistics
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Review: Frequency distribution tables X - all values of the score F - number of times each score is seen in data Frequency distribution graphs X-axis x values Y-axis f values Lecture 3: Central tendency Central tendency (d...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2002
Honyun Sun
NEUR 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Random Assignment, Internal Validity, Interrupted Time Series

Lecture 12 Quasi-experimental vs. nonexperimental research strategies Note: in both these types of strategies, we compare pre-existing independent variables at different points in time Quasi-experimental - Some control; co...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2001
melissa chee
NEUR 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Statistical Inference, Level Of Measurement, Frequency Distribution

Lecture 16 Scales of measurement - Nominal used to name or label a series of values - Ordinal give info on the order of choices - Interval gives order of values and difference between values - Ratio gives order and calcula...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2001
melissa chee
NEUR 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Sampling Bias, Sample Size Determination

find more resources at oneclass.com September 28, 2018 Lecture 8 research sampling **start of midterm 2 material Population vs sample - P...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2001
melissa chee
NEUR 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Participant Observation, Internal Validity, Habituation

Lecture 13 descriptive research strategy - A lot of external validity, but little internal validity What is the point - measuring a variable that already exists - cannot infer cause effect Observational research design - o...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2001
melissa chee
NEUR 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Animal Ethics, Invertebrate, Human Conditions

Lecture 6 - Guest 1 Animal ethics Holly Orlando and Marie Bedard (worked for CCAC) Holly Orlando - Specialized veterinary for uOttawa and Carleton Species requiring ethical approval in Canada - All vertebrates and cephalop...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2001
melissa chee
NEUR 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Random Assignment

Factorial design (post midterm 2) Note: factor independent variables of an experiment - Experiments where multiple independent variables are manipulated o This is important because this is what happens in the real wold o I...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2001
melissa chee
NEUR 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Epub, Pubmed, Medical Subject Headings (Mesh)

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 18 guest lecture (Heather) Literature search and reference manager Peer-reviewed article - Doi URL that you can put into any search engine to get to that article ...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2001
melissa chee
NEUR 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Move, Statistical Significance, Morris Water Navigation Task

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 14 Correlational research strategy Note: look at slides from beginning class b/c u missed it Pearson - Stuff that you can quantify Correlational research strategy ...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2001
melissa chee
NEUR 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Natural Sciences And Engineering Research Council, Scientific Misconduct, Main Source

Lecture 19 scientific conduct Note: 1 in 3 scientists confessed to having sinned Why is this important? - Increase knowledge of issues surrounding responsible conduct of research - Ability to make ethical or legal choice w...

Neuroscience
NEUR 2001
melissa chee

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