Study guide for exam 1

Study guide for exam 1 - 4. Pictorial graph 5. Pie charts...

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Study guide for exam 1 What you should know: Chapter 1: 1. The differences between descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. 2. The differences between sample and population 3. The differences among nominal variables, ordinal variables, interval variables and ratio variables 4. Type of research design: experiments, non-experiments and quasi- experiments Chapter 2: 1. Frequency table 2. Histograms 3. Frequency polygons 4. What are the central tendency, how to find mean, median and mode 5. Range and variance (standard deviation) 6. Distribution, how to judge skewed distribution Chapter 3: 1. Scatterplots 2. Line graph 3. Bar graph
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Pictorial graph 5. Pie charts Chapter 4: 1. Random sampling, cluster sampling and stratified sample 2. Sampling in the behavioral sciences, differences between random selection and random assignment 3. Confirmation bias, illusory correlation 4. Hull hypothesis and research hypothesis Chapter 5: 1. Z score, standardization 2. Pearson correlation 3. How to interpret correlation coefficient 4. Reliability and correlation Chapter 6 1. What is differences between correlation and regression 2. Simple linear regression 3. Regression to the mean 4. Multiple regression...
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