Below is some information about 4 different studies. Use this information to answer the questions that follow.Studyp-valueNalphabetaStudy 1.03100.05.05Study 2.13100.05.30Study 3.0350 .01.20Study 4.0325 .01.02Question 10 / 1 ptsWhat is the probability of a researcher having made a Type I error in Study 1?

Question 20 / 1 ptsWhat is the probability of a researcher having made a Type I error in Study 4?You Answered

Question 31 / 1 ptsWhat is the probability of a researcher having made a Type II error in Study 2?

Question 41 / 1 ptsShould the Null Hypothesis be rejected in Study 1?

Question 50 / 1 ptsShould the Null Hypothesis be rejected in Study 3?You AnsweredYesCorrect AnswerNoQuestion 12 ptsChanges in a person’s current mood, a misreading or misunderstanding of the question, and measuring individuals on different days or in different places are all likely to contribute tosystematic errorreliable error

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Flag this QuestionQuestion 22 ptsThe reliability of a test refers to the extent that the test is free fromrandom error

Flag this QuestionQuestion 32 ptsIf the average correlation among the items on an anxiety scale is r = .95, we can say that the scale has

Flag this QuestionQuestion 42 ptsAs the sample size used in a research project increases,

Flag this QuestionQuestion 52 ptsA Type 1 error occurs whenwe retain the null hypothesis when it is falsewe reject the null hypothesis when it is falsewe reject the null hypothesis when it is truewe retain the null hypothesis when it is true

Flag this QuestionQuestion 62 ptsWhich descriptive statistic would best portray the central tendency of the following distribution?

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