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### PSY_295_chapter_13

Course: PSY 295, Spring 2007
School: Michigan State University
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13: CHAPTER INTRODUCTION TO ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE (ANOVA) Analysis of variance (ANOVA) is a hypothesis testing procedure that is used to test mean differences between groups. How is this different from an independent-measures t test? To answer this questions, we should review some basic information and introduce some terms Remember independent variables? These will now be called _________. ______________ of a...

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Michigan State University - PSY - 295
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Michigan State University - PSY - 295
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Michigan State University - PSY - 295
Chapter 15: Two-factor ANOVA (Independent-measures)In Chapter 13, we learned about _ ANOVAs, where there is oneindependent variable. ANOVAs can also be performed in situations where thereare two (or more) independent variables, called a _. In this chap
Michigan State University - PSY - 295
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Michigan State University - PSY - 295
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Michigan State University - PSY - 295
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Michigan State University - PSY - 295
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Michigan State University - PSY - 295
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Michigan State University - PSY - 295
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Michigan State University - PSY - 295
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University of Florida - CGS - 2531
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Chapter 8DSS DEVELOPMENT TOOLS1. Distinguish between DSSs and the tools used to build DSSs.Knowledge management techniques can be implemented in many tools and a tool can furnishmultiple knowledge management techniques.(i.e., spreadsheet tools emphas
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
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Chapter 10Solver, Spreadsheet,Program and Menu Management1. Describe the main features of each of the following knowledge management techniques:a. Solver Management - an algorithm isprocedural knowledge used to solve a problemPrimarily for procedural
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Chapter 11Forms, Reports, Graphics, rule, and Message Management1. Describe the main features of each of the following knowledge management techniques:a. Forms management-Concerned with representation of presentation knowledge as a form and theproces