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WUSTLL33 Psych 300NestojkoSpring

L33 Psych 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Null Hypothesis, Sampling Distribution, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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24 Feb 2019
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Chapter 09: the single-sample t test and the paired-samples t test. Identify the populations, distribution, and assumptions: then choose the appropriat
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L33 Psych 300 Chapter 8: Confidence Intervals, Effect Size, and Statistical Power

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18 Feb 2019
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Somehow make the difference between population means bigger. Chapter 08: confidence intervals, effect size, and statistical power. Point estimate - a s
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L33 Psych 300 Chapter 7: Hypothesis Testing with Z Tests

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18 Feb 2019
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About 68% of scores fall within one z score of the mean. About 96% of scores fall within two z scores of the mean. Nearly all scores fall within three
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L33 Psych 300 Chapter 4: Central Tendency and Variability

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31 Jan 2019
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Central tendency - the descriptive statistic that best represents the center of the data set, the particular value that all the other data seems to be
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L33 Psych 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Frequency Distribution, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Unimodality

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31 Jan 2019
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Frequency distributions proportion for each possible value of a variable (ex: a pattern of scores) Raw scores - data that has not yet been transformed
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L33 Psych 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pie Chart, Stroop Effect, Intelligence Quotient

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31 Jan 2019
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Chapter 01: introduction to statistics and research design. Statistics: probability, correlation, finding trends, interpreting raw data, research desig
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L33 Psych 300 Chapter 5: Sampling and Probability

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7 Feb 2019
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Population - all possible observations about which we would like to know something. Typically not possible to measure an entire population. Sample: a s
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L33 Psych 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Normal Distribution, Central Limit Theorem, Standard Deviation

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7 Feb 2019
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Chapter 06: the normal curve, standardization, and z scores. The normal curve - a specific bell-shaped curve that is unimodal, symmetric, and defined m
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L33 Psych 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Misleading Graph, Pareto Chart, Scatter Plot

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31 Jan 2019
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Scatter plot graph - a graph that depicts the relation between two scale variables. No relation: looks like a jumble of random dots. Linear relation: t
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