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Assignment #5 for Psych 3500, 2013
Psychology 3500 Statistics and Research Design
Assignment #5, due Wed 6 November 2013
Answer the following questions. Ideally, type your answers into the word processor document;
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PSYCH 3500 QUIZ 1 & SOLUTIONS
1.
In a correlational study, _
2.
In an experiment, the researcher manipulates the _ variable and measures
changes in the _ variable.
A researcher is interested in the sleeping habits of American college students. A
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Assignment #4 for Psych 3500, 2013
Psychology 3500 Statistics and Research Design
Assignment #4, due Wed 23 October 2013
Answer the following questions. Ideally, type your answers into the word processor document;
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Lecture 8
9/12/16
Probability and distributions
1
Probability: independent random sampling
For these general rules to apply, sampling must be:
(1) Random: Every individual in the population
must have an equal chance of being selected
(2) Independent: Prob
Lecture 10
Hummmm
9/16/15
(1) The Central Limit Theorem and the distribution of
sample means
(2) Introduction to hypothesis testing
P(X 600) = 0.1587
The probability of a sample of
25 students having a mean
SAT score of 600 or greater is:
Quiz #3 has been
Lecture 11
9/19/19
Hypothesis testing
Hypothesis testing
and statistical power
A structured process to determine whether some treatment has a genuine effect
SAT-taking
population
No quiz this week (exam)
= 500
= 100
Assignment #2 now due
Wed of next week
(1) Finish up variability (Ch 4)
(2) Prepare for next unit on standardized scores (Ch 5)
Quiz #2 has been posted on Blackboard
Covers material in Chapters 4-5.
Read the Intro Text in the Quizzes section on Bb!
Assignment #1 due FRIDAY, 2:30 pm
Both upl
Lecture 7
9/9/16
(1) Interquartile range and box plots
(2) Standardized scores (Ch 5)
Syllabus v1.3 posted prelim #2 bumped back
Quiz #2 has been posted on Blackboard
Covers material in Chapters 4-5.
Read the Intro Text in the Quizzes section on Bb!
Tur
Lecture 9
9/14/16
(1) The normal distribution
(2) The central limit theorem and the distribution of
sample means
Quiz #3 has been posted on Blackboard, due SUN
Covers material in Chapters 6-7.
Read the Intro Text in the Quizzes section on Bb!
Assignment
Lecture 5
9/02/16
(1) Finish up measures of central tendency (Ch 3)
(2) Start on variability (Ch 4)
Quiz #1 has been posted on Blackboard
Covers material through Chapter 3.
Read the Intro Text in the Quizzes section on Bb!
Assignment #1 will post today
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BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION
2
n
(discrete distribution that counts whole # of
boxes 2 categories on measurement scale)
normal distribution
n
= pn = npq
pn & qn 10
THE p-VALUE & ITS COMMON MISINTERPRETATIONS
THE PROBABILITY OF OBTAINING THE TEST STATISTIC THAT
Prelim #2 Scores
100
Lecture 28
11/7/16
Overview
90
15
Mean = 79.3
SD = 12.1
Pearson: measure 2 different factors to
possibly identify relationship/correlation
b/w the two
Quick note re Spearman correlation and ranks
60
70
10
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5
Frequency
80
Median = 81
Lecture 29 "
11/9/16
Overview
Analysis of regression
Line doesnt substantially describe variance most of the variance is residuals
Just like we tested the significance of a Pearson correlation, we can
test the significance of a regression equation.
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(1) The Central Limit Theorem and the distribution of
sample means
(2) Introduction to hypothesis testing
Quiz #3 has been posted on Blackboard, due SUN
Covers material in Chapters 6-7.
Assignment #2 posted, due next WED, 2:30 pm
Both uploaded to Bb and
Hypothesis testing
and statistical power
No quiz this week (exam)
Prelim Exam #1 THIS
FRIDAY, 9/23, in class.
One 8.5x11 page of
notes, front and back.
Include equations!
Bring a calculator of
any type that does not
communicate with
other devices.
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total # of possible outcomes
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PSYCH 3500 QUIZ 2 & SOLUTIONS
1. A population of scores has a mean of mu=50
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
and a standard deviation of sigma=10. If five
points are added to every score in the
population, then the new mean and standard
deviation would be _.
A
Lecture 6
9/7/16
(1) Finish up variability (Ch 4)
(2) Prepare for next unit on standardized scores (Ch 5)
Quiz #2 has been posted on Blackboard
Covers material in Chapters 4-5.
Read the Intro Text in the Quizzes section on Bb!
Assignment #1 due FRIDAY,
PSYCH 3500 QUIZ 3 & SOLUTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
For any normal distribution, what is the probability of selecting a score greater than the
mean?
If you are randomly selecting one student from a class of 7 males and 23 females, what
is the probability