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Name ________________________________ Section Number __________________ Psychology 2801 Testing the Null Suppose I have strong evidence that the mean for my sample of children is greater than the general population. The one-tailed critical z using an α of .05 equals __________. I would reject the null if my p -value is _____________ than α I would reject the null if my test statistic is ____________ than the critical value The following are z values that correspond to the one-tailed hypothesis test. Find the: z p -value Decision Critical value Decision (greater than z ) regarding Null from above regarding Null 2.00 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________ 1.34 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________ 1.87 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________ 0.02 ____________
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Unformatted text preview: __________ ____________ ____________ 1.67 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________ − 3.00 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________ Now, suppose that we decided to use a two-tailed α of .05 for the same research question. The critical value would be equal to ________________ The following are z values that correspond to the two-tailed hypothesis test. Find the: z p-value Decision Critical value Decision regarding Null from above regarding Null − 1.25 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________ 2.34 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________ − .77 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________ 1.52 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________ − 1.52 ____________ __________ ____________ ____________...
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