Pscyh_7_NOTES_11_5_09 - 1 - rage Psychology 7 Class 01 Lee...

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OUTLINE OF TODAY'S LECTURE OUTLINE OF LAST LECTURE The alpha region represents scores that are sufficiently distant from the average ofthe known population, that accepting the scientific hypothesis would lead to an error less than 5% ofthe time (note alpha is part of the old population). For beta, the scores are under the old population, but are really a result ofa sample from the treatment population. rage . . 01" 12109709 Next Exam Page 1 DC 4 Lee Psychology 7 Revlin 1115109 Class Date Notetaker XVI. Scales, Relations, and Tests A. Hypothesis Testing Sequence B. Importance of different scales ANNOUNCEMENTS Copyright Ii) 1996 ASUCSB Reproduction inany form is a violation of Federal Copyright Laws. .S. Notetaking • 893-4471 • Open 10:00 - 4:00 Monday - Friday' Closed Finals Week XVI. A bit ofreview XVII. Non-parametric statistics Statistical Tests TODAY'S LECTURE Different kinds ofmeasurement scales allow different kinds of statistical analyses: A bit of review Scales, Relations and Tests
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2010 for the course PSYCH psych 7 taught by Professor Revlin during the Fall '09 term at California State University , Monterey Bay.

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