Imagine a researcher wanted to investigate whether there was a significant

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6. Imagine a researcher wanted to investigate whether there was a significant correlation between IQ and annual income, but she had reason to believe that work ethic would influence both of these variables. What should she do? a. Conduct a partial correlation to look at the relationship between IQ and annual income while partialling out the effect of work ethic. b. Conduct a semi-partial correlation to look at the relationship between IQ and annual income while partialling out the effect of work ethic. c. Conduct a partial correlation to look at the relationship between work ethic and annual income partialling out the effect of IQ. d. Conduct a semi-partial correlation to look at the relationship between IQ and work ethic while partialling out the effect of annual income. Ans: A 7. A correlation of .5 would produce a scatterplot in which the slope: 8. The table below contains scores from six people on two different scales that measure attitudes towards reality TV shows. Attitudes towards Watching Reality TV Scale The General Reality TV Scale 3 2 7 5 4 3 1 1 8 7 6 7 Using the scores above, the two scales are likely to:
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9. The table below contains scores from six people on two different scales that measure attitudes towards reality TV shows. Attitudes towards Watching Reality TV Scale The General Reality TV Scale 3 2 7 5 4 3 1 1 8 7 6 7 Based on intuition rather than computation, which of the following is the value of the correlation coefficient between the two scales?
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  • Accounting, Correlation and dependence, Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, b. Pearson

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