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PYSC 274  Assignment
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f
– also known as the simple frequency of occurrence of each score in a frequency
distribution.
Frequency distribution – a table showing each score in a set of scores and how frequently
each score occurred
N
– the total number of scores in a set of scores.
Percentage frequency distribution – the frequency of the score divided by (N), which is
the total number and then multiplying it with 100
%f
– the relative frequency of a score multiplied by 100
Raw data – scores obtained from participants before the scores have been analyzed
statistically
Raw scores – equivalent to the definition of raw data
Relative frequency distribution – is calculated by dividing the
rf
by N & it is also the
frequency or occurrence of scores in an ungrouped frequency distribution
rf
– the frequency of a score divided by the total number of scores obtained.
Ungrouped frequency distribution – a frequency distribution constructed by listing all
possible score values between the lowest & highest scores obtained and then placing a
tally mark beside a score each time it occurs.
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This note was uploaded on 06/29/2008 for the course PSYC 274 taught by Professor Walsh during the Spring '07 term at USC.
 Spring '07
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