diss2question - discussion 13/01/201100:00:00

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13/01/2011 00:00:00 What is the measure that is usually used to tell us about the magnitude of a sex  difference? How do you calculate the value of this measurement?  The standard deviation   mean men-mean women o                                Standard deviation  2. What are the cutoffs for: a. a small sex difference?            .20         85% b. a medium sex difference?         .50      67% c. a large sex difference?              .80 or more    53%  Over lap would be them being similar the similarites  Reports from others the person know says about what they are comparing  Give an example from lecture of a sex difference that has a large effect size, and  an example of a trait that has a small effect size. Draw graphs on the board to help  demonstrate these concepts to your classmates. small effect ---smiling
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course GE CLUSTER 72a taught by Professor Saguy during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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