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QUEEN'SPSYC 202William NelsonFall

PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Multiple Comparisons Problem, Ratio Test, John Tukey

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4 Dec 2017
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How to test for which groups have diffs in a single factor analysis of variance. Categorical specifies the groups & if we have more than 2, cant use pa
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QUEEN'SPSYC 202William NelsonFall

PSYC 202 Chapter 1-3: Software Guide Summary Weeks 1-3

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20 Sep 2018
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In cells b1 & b2, enter the number 2. In cell b3, enter the formula =b1+b2, which adds together the contents of cells b1 & b2: dividing (=b1/b2) and mu
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QUEEN'SPSYC 202William NelsonFall

PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Fall 2018 Chapter 2 - Statistical population

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QUEEN'SPSYC 202William NelsonFall

PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Down Syndrome, Sampling Distribution, Coronary Circulation

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4 Dec 2017
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If trying to look @ relationship bw something that"s going on in the pop & some outcome, then you use. Designs for experimental studies: control treatm
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QUEEN'SPSYC 202William NelsonFall

PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Chi-Squared Distribution, Alternative Hypothesis, Ellipse

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4 Dec 2017
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How to determine what stat test to use. Correlations & how to do significance testing for correlation coefficients. Correlations: used to describe the
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QUEEN'SPSYC 202William NelsonFall

PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-6: Contingency Table, Working Directory, Normal Distribution

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29 Oct 2018
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For the first couple of graphs, you can enter the data directly into r by copying the following lines into a new script. > oddball=c(122. 17, 100. 29,
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QUEEN'SPSYC 202William NelsonFall

PSYC 202 Chapter Notes - Fall 2018 Chapter 3 - Direct manipulation interface, Cohort study, Statistical population

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20 Sep 2018
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A person that is moving is more likely to catch your eye than one standing still: sampling based on geographic location but not allowing all locations
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