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statistical What tests should you include in Should you your portfolio assignment? include SPSS output? Single-sample tests z-test for means No t-test for means* Yes z-test for proportions No t-test for correlations No z-test for correlations No 2 test for a variance No Two-sample tests Independent groups z-test for means No Independent groups t-test for means Yes Correlated groups t-test for means Yes...

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statistical What tests should you include in Should you your portfolio assignment? include SPSS output? Single-sample tests z-test for means No t-test for means* Yes z-test for proportions No t-test for correlations No z-test for correlations No 2 test for a variance No Two-sample tests Independent groups z-test for means No Independent groups t-test for means Yes Correlated groups t-test for means Yes Independent groups z-test for proportions No Multiple groups Omnibus ANOVA Yes Multiple comparison procedures Bonferroni adjustment Partial* Tukey's HSD Yes Scheffe' procedure Partial* Repeated measures ANOVA (RB design)** Yes Completely randomized ANOVA** Yes Chi-Square For Tests*** independence No For goodness of fit No For equality of proportions No Should you construct a confidence Interval? Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No *Partial SPSS output means that SPSS provides some, but not all, relevant output needed for you to draw a conclusion. **For these tests, you just need to include your homework for Chapter 15. You do...

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