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Unformatted text preview: Psychology 100A Statistics Marken, Fall 2007 1 Study Guide for Final Exam sample population independent variable levels of independent variable dependent variable sample statistic population parameter negatively skewed distribution positively skewed distribution central tendency variability mean median mode percentile stratified random sampling simple random sampling cluster sampling sampling distribution significance level one-tailed test two-tailed test null hypothesis, H alternative hypothesis, H 1 Type I error Type II error power z obs t obs t ind t crit statistical significance t (16) = 5.56, p > .05, analysis of variance F one-factor between-subjects analysis of variance (ANOVA) main effect interaction treatment conditions in factorial design degrees of freedom for factor A in a two-factor ANOVA degrees of freedom for factor B in a two-factor ANOVA degrees of freedom for the interaction in a two-factor ANOVA Psychology 100A Statistics Marken, Fall 2007 2 MS Error MS A MS B MS...
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