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Chapter 13 - Detailed & Easy to Learn

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14 Dec 2010
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Chapter 13 understanding research results: statistical inference. Inferential statistics are necessary because the results of a given study are based o
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Chapter 12 - Detailed & Easy to Learn

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13 Dec 2010
36
Scales of measurement: a review: the levels of the variable can be described using 1 of 4 scales of measurement: nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio,
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Chapter 11 - Detailed

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13 Dec 2010
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Chapter 11 single case, quasi-experimental and developmental research. Single case experimental designs have traditionally been called single-subject d
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PSYB01 Notes.docx

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23 Feb 2013
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Many occupations require the use of research findings (e. g. people who work in business environments rely on research to make decisions about marketin
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Chapter 14 - Detailed & Easy to Learn

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14 Dec 2010
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PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4,8,10: High High, Repeated Measures Design, Complement Factor B

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12 Dec 2015
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PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11,4: Repeated Measures Design, Artificiality, Confounding

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11 Dec 2015
37
Single case experimental designs/ single participant designs in clinical, counselling, educational, & other applied settings. Reversal designs/withdraw
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PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Frequency Distribution, Dependent And Independent Variables, Level Of Measurement

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16 Dec 2015
29
Chapter 12 - understanding research results: description and correlation. Stats are used for describing data and making inferences on sample data. Leve
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chapter 9 notes

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19 Dec 2010
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Samples may be drawn from the population using probability sampling or nonprobability sampling techniques. When it is important to accurately describe
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PSYB01 Chapter 12: Chapter-12

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9 Dec 2015
21
Apa format: the american psychological association (apa) format provides us with a blueprint (cid:173) title, abstract, introduction, method. The goal
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PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Grou, Statistical Significance, Factorial Experiment

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9 Dec 2015
17
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PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Association For Psychological Science, Blind Experiment, Interpersonal Communication

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9 Dec 2015
18
The methods used to select participants has implications for generalizing the research results. Recall most experiments involve sampling participants f
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