Quiz 2 version A.pdf - First Name Surname Student YORK UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF HEALTH School of Kinesiology and Health Science Kinesiology AS\/SC 2049 3.0

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First Name ______________ Surname ___________________ Student # ______________________ YORK UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF HEALTH School of Kinesiology and Health Science Kinesiology AS/SC 2049 3.0 Research Methods in Kinesiology Quiz 2 (Version A) Fall, 2016 - This exam is worth 20% of the total course mark. -NOTE: The answers to the multiple-choice questions are to be done on the separate Scantron answer sheet provided. -Calculators are notpermitted. -Dictionaries are NOTpermitted. -There are a total of 35 questions. - Time allowed - 45 minutes. - Neatly print your name in the space provided. 1
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1.What name is given to the variable that is expected to exhibit different values as the result of a manipulation that occurs during a study or experiment? 2.A control group or control condition provides a comparison to determine which of the following? 3.The scientific term “anhypnia” means 4.What name is given to unwanted and inconsistent variations that occur when measuring a variable during a study? A.primary variance B.secondary variance C.error variance D.internal validity E.external validity 5.Suppose you conduct an experiment to examine the effects of strength training on three factors: muscular endurance, muscular strength, and muscular power. Which of the following is true? 2
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6.Assume you have a 2 x 2 x 2 independent groups design experiment. If you require 10 subjects in each treatment condition, how many subjects will you require in total? 7.Which of the following sampling methods will most likely give you a biased sample? 8.Which of the following statements is true? A.A parameter is derived from a sample and represents a statistic from a population B.A parameter is derived from a population and represents a statistic from a sample C.A statistic is derived from a sample and represents a parameter from a population D.A statistic is derived from a population and represents a parameter from a sample E.None of the above is true
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