Midterm 1 - Version B - Multiple Choice

D itisnegativelyskewedandthemeanislowerthanthemedian

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Unformatted text preview: measure
of
central
tendency
from
a
much
larger
sample.
 e. The
mean,
median,
and
mode
of
all
UCSD
students
 
 Psychology
60
–
Spring,
2010
–
Midterm1
–
Given
4/20/10
 5
 
 11) For
a
distribution
of
scores,
which
of
the
following
z‐score
values
represents
the
most
extreme
 location
on
the
left‐hand
side
of
the
distribution?
 a. z
=
+1.00
 b. z
=
+2.00
 c. z
=
‐1.00
 d. z
=
‐2.00*
 e. cannot
determine
from
the
information
given
 
 12) The
relationship
between
a
statistic
and
a
sample
is
the
same
as
the
relationship
between:
 a. a
sample
and
a
parameter
 b. a
sample
and
a
population
 c. a
statistic
and
a
parameter
 d. a
parameter
and
a
population*
 e. descriptive
statistics
and
inferential
statistics
 13) Twenty‐five
patients
are
taking
a
test
to
determine
if
they
have
a
particular
cognitive
disorder.
 One
definition
for
having
this
disorder
is
scoring
below
90%
of
the
population
on
a
particular
 cognitive
task.
The
population
mean
score
for
this
task
is
50,
with
a
standard
deviation
of
5.
In
 the
sample
of
25,
the
mean
score
on
the
task
is
45
with
a
standard
deviation
of
4.
In
the
 population,
performance
on
this
task
is
normally
distributed.
The
doctor
is
try...
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