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CHAPTER 11 Artificially how correlations can occur when - all of these are true When the null hypothesis is true for Pearson’s r , r obt will be____. - 0 Another name for the Pearson’s r is - Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation Coefficient A correlational study tells us if - two variables are related in some way In hypothesis testing rho ( ) represents Ρ - the population correlation Pearson’s r can be used when - all of these are true In general, a correlational relationship of ___ is considered weak, ___ is considered moderate, and ___ is considered strong. - .10;.30;.50 Of the six problems with artificially high or low correlations, ___ can be identified by creating a scatterplot. - 4 If emotional intelligence and job success over lap by 50%, it means that - 50% of the variability in job success can be explained just by knowing how much emotional intelligence a person has “The bigger the man, the harder he falls” is an example of what type of relationship? - positive and linear If we examine how often people clean their homes and how content they are with their

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• Fall '07
• AMLUND,JEANNET
• Statistics, Correlation and dependence, Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, Spearman's rank correlation coefficient, population correlation Pearson

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