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QUEEN'SPSYC 202Ronald R HoldenFall

PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient

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PSYC202 Chapter 18 Chi Square

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PSYC202 Chapter 13 Intro to ANOVA.docx

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PSYC202 Chapter 1 Introduction to Statistics.docx

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PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Analysis Of Variance

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PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Normal Distribution, Sampling Distribution, Confidence Interval

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Standardizing something means that they will have they same mean, standard error and shape. Using equations: x bar = mean of sample, = true population
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PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Analysis Of Variance

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PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Standard Deviation, Squared Deviations From The Mean

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PSYC202 Chapter 6 Probability.docx

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Random sampling: random sample: each individual has an equal chance of being selected, and this probability must stay constant from one selection to th
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PSYC202 Chapter 12 Estimation.docx

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PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Statistical Parameter, Square Root, Variance

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Population standard deviation = = 2= square root ss n. Draw vertical line down from mean and label it =___. Next, draw the standard deviation line a ho
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PSYC202 Chapter 9 Into to t Statistic.docx

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Because the sample mean places a restriction on the value of one score in the sample, there are n 1 degrees of freedom for the sample: the greater the
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