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APSS-300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Asymptotic Distribution, Sampling Distribution

X~N(150,400) What is the probability that a student picked at random weighs greater than 170 lbs? Z=X-M/O=170-150/20 = 1 Random sampling We always only have a sample of da...

Applied Science
APSS-300
Raff
APSS-300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Panel Data, Data Structure, Sample Size Determination

Generating theories Unstructured (Non-predictable) Understanding humanity Interpretation Intro to quantitative data o Data that includes m...

Applied Science
APSS-300
Raff
APSS-300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Data Structure, Panel Data, Standard Score

APSS 300 Intro to research o Think of a research question(RQ) X > Y o RQ = The main focus of inquiry for your research topic How does x affect y? o What makes a good research question? Detailed (Tight) Malleable Objective ...

Applied Science
APSS-300
Raff
POLS-315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nimby, Incrementalism

Once our brain is primed, especially with negative stimuli that affects what we concentrate on and how we think about information that is presented. Cognitive abilities are limited not just by education, but on some issues...

Political Science
POLS-315
Melissa Emerson
POLS-315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Policy Analysis

o What is Policy? o Overview o Working definition of public policy and policy analysis o Differentiate between policy analysis and policy advocacy o Understand where policy analysts work and what skil...

Political Science
POLS-315
Melissa Emerson
POLS-315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Unintended Consequences, Amygdala, Substance Abuse

o Linkage mechanisms in democracy Interest groups Political parties Public opinion Voting/elections The Media o Effect of politics...

Political Science
POLS-315
Melissa Emerson
POLS-315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Liberal Democracy, Communitarianism, John Locke

Freedom is a function of property (based on Kant and Rousseau) In developing the basic principles of justice, Rawls places individuals behind a veil of ignorance ...

Political Science
POLS-315
Melissa Emerson

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