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WUSTLL33 Psych 300NestojkoSpring

L33 Psych 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Frequency Distribution, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Unimodality

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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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WUSTLL33 Psych 300NestojkoSpring

L33 Psych 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pie Chart, Stroop Effect, Intelligence Quotient

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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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WUSTLL33 Psych 300NestojkoSpring

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

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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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WUSTLL33 Psych 300NestojkoSpring

L33 Psych 300 Chapter 8: Confidence Intervals, Effect Size, and Statistical Power

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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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WUSTLL33 Psych 300NestojkoSpring

L33 Psych 300 Chapter 7: Hypothesis Testing with Z Tests

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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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WUSTLL33 Psych 300NestojkoSpring

L33 Psych 300 Chapter 4: Central Tendency and Variability

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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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WUSTLL33 Psych 354Oltmanns TomFall

L33 Psych 354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mental Disorder, Psychopathology, Schizophrenia

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Delusions: belief that is out of touch w reality, not shared w other people. If the belief is shared w others(like a cult) it"s not clear if it"s a del
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WUSTLL33 Psych 354ThompsonSpring

L33 Psych 354 Chapter 2: Causes of Abnormal Behavior

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Etiology - the causes or origins of a disorder. Paradigm - a set of assumptions both about the substance of a theory and about how scientists should co
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WUSTLL33 Psych 354ThompsonSpring

L33 Psych 354 Chapter 1: Examples and Definitions of Abnormal Behavior

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Chapter 01: examples and definitions of abnormal behavior. Psychopathology - the symptoms and signs of mental disorders (ex. depressed mood, panic atta
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WUSTLL33 Psych 354ThompsonSpring

L33 Psych 354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Anxiety Disorder, Panic Attack, Panic Disorder

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Agoraphobia (panic disorder) - an exaggerated fear of being in situations from which escape might be difficult, such as being caught in a traffic jam o
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WUSTLL33 Psych 354ThompsonSpring

L33 Psych 354 Chapter 5: Mood Disorders and Suicide

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Emotion refers to a state of arousal that is defined by subjective states of feeling, such. Emotions are often accompanied by physiological changes, su
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WUSTLL33 Psych 354ThompsonSpring

L33 Psych 354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mental Disorder, Biology Of Depression

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Psychotherapy - the use of psychological techniques and the therapist-client. Look up pearson video on history of treating mental disorders - in slides
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