Score 1 of 1 9 in hypothesis testing we either accept

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Score: 1 of 1 9. In hypothesis testing we: either accept the null hypothesis or the research hypothesis. are always testing the research hypothesis. are always testing the null hypothesis. begin by assuming the research hypothesis is true. Score: 1 of 1
10. What type of error could be made if we reject the null hypothesis?
Score: 0 of 1 11. If Bill, a researcher, fails to reject the null hypothesis when the null hypothesis is in fact false, he has:
made a Type II error. made a Type I error. Score: 0 of 1 12. A Type I error is to a _____ as a Type II error is to a _____. Score: 0 of 1
13. In an analysis by Sterne and Smith (2001) it was estimated that _____ of published medical studies exhibit Type I errors. 95 percent almost half about 10 percent 5 percent Score: 1 of 1
14. Which of the following partially explains the relatively high rate of Type I errors? Score: 0 of 1
15. Early research indicated that vitamin E could enhance exercise performance. However, more recent and better designed studies led to the conclusion that vitamin E has no exercise benefits. The early, incorrect conclusions were probably the result of: Score: 1 of 1
2 nd try 1. In a set of clinical trials, a pharmaceutical company wishes to assess the effectiveness of their newly developed drug for anxiety by comparing its performance to the
leading drug currently on the market and to a placebo control. What research technique or techniques would be possible and appropriate?
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