Question 8Correct!2 / 2 ptsIf a variable is measured on a nominal scale, the assumption that the ________ should not be made.<br>If a variable is measured on a nominal scale, the assumption that the ________ should not be made.

Question 9Correct!2 / 2 ptsThe statement, “It is hypothesized that participants in a stress condition will perform significantly different than participants in a control group on a series of memory tasks,” best illustrates a:<br>The statement, “It is hypothesized that participants in a stress condition will perform significantly different than participants in a control group on a series of memory tasks,” best illustrates a:

Question 10Correct!2 / 2 ptsWhen attempting to find a percentage associated with a <i>z</i> score, the second step involves looking up:<br>When attempting to find a percentage associated with a zscore, the second step involves looking up:

Question 2Correct!2 / 2 ptsIn a raw score to <i>z</i> score transformation, an associated value on the <i>z</i> table provides the percentage of scores:<br>In a raw score to zscore transformation, an associated value on the ztable

provides the percentage of scores:

Question 3Correct!2 / 2 ptsIf we reject the null hypothesis, the result is said to be:<br>If we reject the null hypothesis, the result is said to be:statistically significant.Question 4Correct!2 / 2 ptsThe statement “It is hypothesized that men and women will differ on reaction time measures” best illustrates a:<br>The statement “It is hypothesized that men and women will differ on reaction time measures” best illustrates a:

Question 5Incorrect0 / 2 ptsUnder what conditions is it permissible to proceed with a hypothesis test even though the assumption that the population distribution is approximately normal is violated?<br>Under what conditions is it permissible to proceed with a hypothesis test even though the assumption that the population distribution is approximately normal is violated?

Question 6Correct!2 / 2 ptsWhat are the consequences of failing to meet the assumptions of a parametric test when performing research?<br>