psc41-11-06-07

psc41-11-06-07 - Write in the past tense if you are talking...

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1 Probability ( p ) Classical Hypothesis Testing Null Hypothesis (H 0 ) Alternative Hypothesis (H 1 ) Alpha Level ( < .05 or < .01) Hypothesis Testing Type I & Type II Errors Type II Error ( β ) Correct Fail to Reject H 0 Correct Type I Error ( α ) Reject H 0 Decision H 0 is False H 0 is True Significant Differences
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2 Conclusions depend on: 1. Sample size 2. Variability Standard Scores Z-scores z = (X-X)/s z = (X- μ )/ σ
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3 Testing Mean Differences t -Test for Independent Groups • Correlated -Test – Within-subjects design – Matched-subjects design • Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) – Levels versus factors – Between-subjects versus Repeated Measures Miscellaneous Statistical Terms • Power • Effect Size • Meta-Analysis Chapter 6
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4 Discussion Assignment 5 Writing Style for an APA Paper
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Unformatted text preview: Write in the past tense if you are talking about research that has already been conducted. Write in the third person. Avoid using the rst person. Write clearly and concisely. All number that start a sentence or are less than 10 must be written as words. Margins are 1 all the way around. Double space everything. Introduction Develop a pertinent theoretical background via a literature review which may include articles that both support and disconrm your position. State the purpose, rationale, hypotheses, and/or predictions in the closing paragraph(s) of this section....
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