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One-way ANOVA F test Chapter 21 question 21.19 A psychologist uses chimpanzees to test the notion that more crowded living conditions cause aggressive behavior. The same chimps live in a succession of cages containing one, several, or many other chimps. After several days in each cage, chimps are assigned scores on the basis of their aggressive behavior toward a chimp like stuffed doll in an observation cage. Answer: One-way ANOVA F test Chapter 21 question 21.20 In an extrasensory perception experiment involving a deck of special playing cards, each of 30 subjects attempts to predict the one correct pattern (on each playing card) from among five possible patterns during each of 100 trials. The mean number of correct predictions for all 30 subjects is compared with 20, the number of correct predictions per 100 trials on the assumption that subjects lack extrasensory perception. Answer: One variable X 2 test 5
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TOPIC 8 EXERCISES Chapter 21 question 21.21 A social scientist wishes to determine whether there is a relationship between the attractiveness scores (on a 100-point scale) assigned to college students by a panel of peers and their scores on a paper-and-pencil test of anxiety. Answer: t for a correlation coefficient 6
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TOPIC 8 EXERCISES References Witte, R. S., & Witte, J. S. (2015). Statistics (10 th ed.). San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 7
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  • Fall '14
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  • Statistics, Statistical tests, investigator, ANOVA F test

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