Study Guide Exam 3

Study Guide Exam 3 - Study Guide Exam 3 GENERAL Be able to...

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Study Guide Exam 3 GENERAL Be able to clearly, accurately, and completely identify and explain: - study and experimental designs - independent and dependent variables (including IV levels) - between- , within- , and mixed-subject variables and designs - main effects - interactions - draw an APA style graph and plot data - interpret results (both from matrix and graph) - design flaws and confounds ANOVA: - what the ANOVA is for and when it should be used - how to interpret the ANOVA output - be able to read an ANOVA table: find the specific information (i.e., number of groups, subjects, significant differences, etc), interpret the results give information on the table, and draw conclusions - for more review: read Appendix A in McBurney and White textbook SINGLE-SUBJECT RESEARCH advantages and disadvantages of single subject research clinical significance statistical significance Control strategies and designs: - obtain stable baseline - single treatment (AB) - withdrawal of treatment (ABA) - repeated treatments or reversal design (ABAB)
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