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Unformatted text preview: Paradigm and Paradigm Shift Errors in Non-Scientific Measurement Levels of Measurement Discrete and Continuous Variables Histograms Central Tendency: Mean, Median, Mode Dispersion: Range, Interquartile-Range (will not have to calculate IQR) Skew Outliers Components of Measurement: True Score, Error, Observed Score Random Error Non-Random Error- Bias and Wrong Construct Measurement Reliability, including tests for reliability Measurement Validity, including criterion, face/content, and construct validity Null Hypothesis Research Hypothesis Type I and II errors Correlation Causation, what it is, how you show it Direct, Reverse, Reciprocal, Spurious, Indirect Causation, and Measurement Association Internal Validity Threats to Internal Validity- Group, Time, and Combination Threats Sampling Terminology Probability Sampling Non-Probability Sampling...
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- Summer '08