Exam 3 - Score for this quiz 70 out of 100 Submitted Oct 1...

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Score for this quiz: 70 out of 100 Submitted Oct 1 at 1:10pm This attempt took 66 minutes. Question 1 Incorrect 0 / 2 pts If the assumptions of parametric testing are not met, researchers must:<br> If the assumptions of parametric testing are not met, researchers must: disregard this information and proceed with interpreting results. get a larger sample size. make a decision to continue with parametric or nonparametric tests.
Question 2 Correct! 2 / 2 pts According to Cohen's convention, a value of ________ is a medium effect size.<br> According to Cohen's convention, a value of ________ is a medium effect size.
Question 3
2 / 2 pts What are the consequences of failing to meet the assumptions of a parametric test when performing research?<br> What are the consequences of failing to meet the assumptions of a parametric test when performing research?
Question 4 Correct! 2 / 2 pts Cohen's <i>d</i> is the:<br> Cohen's d is the: measure of effect size for analysis of variance. standardized difference between group means. difference between your sample means divided by the standard error.
method for calculating confidence intervals for the z test. Question 5 Correct! 2 / 2 pts A <i>p</i><i><sub>rep</sub></i> value of 0.67 would indicate:<br> A p rep value of 0.67 would indicate:
Question 6 Incorrect 0 / 2 pts Skip to question text. Mehl (2007) published a study in the journal Science reporting the results of an extensive study of 396 men and women comparing the number of words uttered per day by each sex. If he was testing the idea that women talk more than men do, what type of hypothesis test would Mehl conduct?
z test Question 7 Correct! 2 / 2 pts The symbol for the null hypothesis is ________, and the symbol for the research hypothesis is ________.<br> The symbol for the null hypothesis is ________, and the symbol for the research hypothesis is ________. H 0 1 1 M
Question 8
2 / 2 pts What is the percentage of observations that fall between <i>z</i> scores of –1.2 and 0.50?<br> What is the percentage of observations that fall between z scores of –1.2 and 0.50?
19.34 38.49 Question 9 Correct!

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