Chapter 11- t test for two related samples

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Chapter 11: The t Test for Two Related Samples Terminology Matched-Subjects Design: Individuals in one sampled are matched to individuals in another sample. This is done so that the two individuals are matched to be as close to equal with respect to a specific variable. Related-Samples Design: Two research designs that are statistically equivalent and share a common name. Difference Scores: The difference between treatments for each individual Estimated Standard Error for M D : The “D” subscripts are used to emphasize that the variables are dealing with difference scores as opposed to X values. Repeated-Measures t Statistic: Refer to chapter 10 Individual Differences: Differences that are personal to the test subject that can skew results. This makes the repeated measures design more useful. Order Effects: Changes in scores that are caused by participation in earlier treatment. Wilcoxon Test: An alternative analysis to test if on the r tests has ben violated Formulas and Symbols Difference Scores: ࠵?

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