PSYCHOLOGY 826 & 826N (Autumn 2004)
Statistics in Psychology
Lecture: Instructor: Monday and Wednesday at 3:30 - 4:48 pm, 0107 Parks Hall (PK) Jay Myung, 240b Lazenby Hall (292-1862) Office Hrs: Monday & Wednesday 11 - noon or by appointment Email:
Answer Key to Sample Midterm Exam
Section I: 1-1: N 1-7: R 2-1: Y 2-7: N 3-1: Y 3-7: Y 1-2: I 1-8: O 2-2: Y 2-8: Y 3-2: Y 3-8: Y 1-3: R 1-9: R 2-3: N 2-9: N 3-3: Y 3-9: Y 1-4: R 1-10: O 2-4: Y 2-10: Y 3-4: Y 3-10: N 1-5: N 2-5: N 2-11: Y 3-5: Y 3-11:
Miscellaneous Issues in Hypothesis Testing
-. Overall Error Rate -. P(H|D) vs P(D|H) -. Oakes' Study -. Scale Transformation -. Meta Analysis -. Alternative Approaches to Hypothesis Testing
Overall Error Rate in Hypothesis Testing
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Chi-square Goodness-of-Fit Test
This Chi-square test is a nonparametric NHST for testing hypotheses about the form of the entire population distribution. On the other hand, the t- test and the F-test for testing the equal variances are example of par
Bootstrap Hypothesis Testing
To illustrate the technique, consider the case of two independent samples: Observed Sample 1 of size n: {xobs,1 , xobs,2 , ., xobs,n } xobs Observed Sample 2 of size m: {yobs,1 , yobs,2 , ., yobs,m } y obs Observed s
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