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Unformatted text preview: the results are due to the independent variable, when in fact they are due to chance) Type II error: a decision to retain the null hypothesis when it is false (to conclude that the results are due to chance, when in fact they are due to the independent variable) Significant: H has been rejected (a conclusion that the results are due to the independent variable)...
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- Spring '08
- Null hypothesis, Type I and type II errors, type ii error, Outline I. Review, Directional hypotheses A., H0 B.