# Textbook Notes for PSYC 218 at University of British Columbia (UBC)

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UBCPSYC 218Linda ScratchleySpring

## PSYC 218 Chapter 1: Chapter 1.docx

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## PSYC 218 Chapter 7: Chapter 7.docx

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## PSYC 218 Chapter 6: Chapter 6.docx

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The nature of the normal curve: normal curve: is symmetrical, unimodal with the mode at the center, the mean, median, and mode all have the same value,
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## PSYC 218 Chapter 2: Chapter 2.docx

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## PSYC 218 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Analysis Of Variance

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## PSYC 218 Chapter 16: Chapter 16.docx

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## PSYC 218 Chapter 5: Chapter 5.docx

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Chapter 5: measures of variability: express quantitatively the extent to which the scores in a distribution scatter about or cluster together, it descr
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UBCPSYC 218Geoffrey HallWinter

## PSYC 218 Chapter 1: Statistics and Scientific Method

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Learning objectives: describe the four methods of establishing truth, contrast observational and experimental research, contrast descriptive and infere
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## PSYC 218 Chapter 6: Correlation

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Correlation is a topic that deals with the (cid:373)ag(cid:374)itude a(cid:374)d di(cid:396)e(cid:272)tio(cid:374) of (cid:396)elatio(cid:374)ships, (c
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## PSYC 218 Chapter 9: Chapter 9.docx

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Degrees f freedom for tests of no difference between dependent means: when the score of one member of the pair is specified, that of the other is not c
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