Psychology 101 4-19

Psychology 101 4-19 - Psychology 101 Methods-Independent...

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Psychology 101  Methods -Independent Sample t-Test -Single Regression (Pearson’s and Spearman’s) -ANOVA -Multiple Regression -Dependent Sample t-Test     I. Simple Regression- a. Correlation Coefficients-             i. The methods of correlation describe the relationship between two variables. Most  methods of correlation were designed to measure the degree to which two variables are  linearly related, that is, how closely the relationship resembles a straight line. ii. The correlation coefficient- symbolized by rxy- indicates the degree of association  between two variables. iii. The value of rxy can range from -1.00 to +1.00. iv. The sign of the correlation indicates how two variables are related. Positive values of  rxy indicate that low values on one variable are related to low values on the other, and  vice versa. v.
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