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PSYC 510DATAORGANIZATIONANDDESCRIPTIVESTATISTICSASSIGNMENTINSTRUCTIONSOVERVIEWThisHomework:Data Organization & Descriptive Statistics Assignmentis designed toassess your understanding of the concepts and applications covered thus far in this course. In thismodule, you have looked at how to organize data and describe it in terms of central tendency,dispersion, and shape of distribution. You also have covered cover how to standardize adistribution of data in order to see how a single score compares to other scores. These topics arecovered conceptually as well as how to calculate them by hand and in SPSS. These concepts andapplications are fundamental to understanding and evaluating data as a consumer in a data-ladenworld, a consumer of data within our field, and producer of research in our field.INSTRUCTIONSBe sure you have reviewed this moduleâ€™sLearn sectionbefore completing thisHomework:Data Organization & Descriptive Statistics Assignment. ThisHomework:DataOrganization & Descriptive Statistics Assignmentis worth 60 points. Each question is worth 3points each. Six points are awarded for mechanics/structure.ï‚·Part I contains general concepts from this moduleâ€™sLearn section.ï‚·Part II requires use of SPSS. You will have to take screen shots and/or copy and paste fromyour SPSS to place answers within this file. Make sure you only insert relevantand legibleimages.ï‚·Part III is the cumulative section. These may include short answer and/or use of SPSS butwill review material from previous module(s).

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