# Textbook Notes for Social Ecology at University of California - Irvine (UC-IRVINE)

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## SOCECOL 13 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Randomized Experiment

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Exposed to information daily -> book will help understand what information is useful. Book will demystify statistical methods -> way that they influenc

View Document## SOCECOL 13 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Convenience Sampling

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Data = plural word referring to a collection of numbers or other pieces of information to which meaning has been attached. Rarely presented w/the actua

View Document## SOCECOL 13 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Gaussian Function, Standard Deviation, Standard Score

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Determined by sizing the curve so that the area under the curve is 1. Cannot be interpreted as proportion of frequency -> chose to satisfy rule that en

View Document## SOCECOL 13 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Squared Deviations From The Mean, Standard Deviation, Box Plot

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Mean = numerical average; found by adding up all of the values + dividing by the total number of values. Median = middle value after the numbers have b

View Document## SOCECOL E8 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, Aberjona River, Doxorubicin

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Schlichtmann was very concerned about losing the case because of his self -devaluation. He tried to study the jurors moods. 1853 robert eaton founded a

View Document## SOCECOL 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Computer File, Skewness, Quartile

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## SOCECOL 13 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dependent And Independent Variables, Randomized Experiment, Random Assignment

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For most studies -> if there is causal relationship, it occurs in particular direction. Explanatory variable = attempts to explain or is purported to c

View Document## SOCECOL 13 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Randomized Experiment, Meta-Analysis, Dependent And Independent Variables

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Sample survey = a subgroup of large population is questioned on a set of topics. Results used as if they were representative of larger population. Expe

View Document## SOCECOL 13 Chapter 3: statsch.3textbooknotes

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Need to understand how information collected + what was measured or asked. Most survey respondents have desire to please person asking question. Unders

View Document## SOCECOL 13 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Extrapolation, Time Series, Statistical Significance

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How relationships between variables can be expressed quantitatively. Correlation = measures the strength of a certain type of relationship between two

View Document## SOCECOL 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Standard Error, Null Hypothesis, Analysis Of Variance

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One way to review research is to ask what results we would expect if we ran the same experiment over and over again. Attempt to understand the properti

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