HP 340 Fall 09 Practice ANOVA problems 1. A clinical psychologist is interested in comparing the effectiveness of short-term relaxation and cognitive-behavioral therapy in treating mild depression. An experiment is conducted in which 15 patients with mild

DUE Date: September 16th Show your work. Homework for week 3 1) The sum of differences of a set of scores about the mean of those scores is always _ a. greater than the mean b. zero c. unity d. equal to the mean e. dependent on the shape of the distributi

Name:_
HP340: Statistical Methods, Spring 2017
Due Date: February 2, 2017
Homework #1
1.
Define and give two examples (each) of:
(8 points)
a. A discrete variable
Discrete variables can only take on a certain number of values. It is a variable that
does n

Homework 1 On the Radiolab website, right side, listen on the web or download the "Stochasticity" episode. Answer the two following questions:
1.
Based on the thinking related to lottery winners, order these from highest to lowest probability. a) Probabi

Homework 1 On the Radiolab website, right side, listen on the web or download the "Stochasticity" episode. Answer the two following questions:
1.
Based on the thinking related to lottery winners, order these from highest to lowest probability. a) Probabi

Chapter 11 Chapter 11 Two-factor Between-subjects Designs and Analysis of Variance
Two-factor Between-subjects Designs and Analysis of Variance
Factorial Design
Factorial Design involve at le two s ast inde nde variable and e individual variable pe nt s a

Chapter 9 Testing a difference between the means
Research Hypothesis
A Research Hypothesis is a statement of an expected or predicted relationship between two or more variables.
Testing differences between two Means
Memory score of elderly in the treatm

Movement Analysis Events vs. phases General principles of the gait cycle Calculations from lab 1 Bony landmarks: all of the ones we have covered. Ideal posture: 1. Where joint centers and bony landmarks should be in reference to the plumb line 2. How to p

F inal HP 340L Monday 12/14 2-4, THH 208 Definitions (matching) What study design is and which method? Emphasis on part since midterm 2 How to Study Redo midterms 1 & 2 If t rouble, go back to HW and book Review correlation, regression and non-parametrics

HP 340 Final Exam Study Guide This covers most everything that will be on the exam. If you can answer all these questions, you should be in pretty good shape. Define the following terms & be able to give an example of each: 1. Dependent variable:
2. Indep

HP340: Biostatistics, Fall 2009 Name:_ th DUE Date: Wednesday, September 9 at 3:30pm Homework #2 Directions: Clearly indicate the letter of the correct answer. 1) If the 80th percentile on an examination is 114, then _. a. 80 percent of the people got a s

HP340: Biostatistics, Fall 2009 Name:_Max Caudle_ DUE: Wednesday 9/30 upload to BB before class (3:30) Show all work. Homework #5 1) The statistical symbol H0 is used to represent a(n) _ hypothesis. a. rejected b. alternative c. accepted d. null e. type 1

Chapter 2
Scientific Research
Scienceisamethodof gainingknowledge.
What is the Scientific Method?
Defining a Problem
Forming a Hypothesis
Collecting Data
Drawing Conclusions
TheScientificMethod
1. Identifyaquestion. 2. Proposeananswer(researchhypothesis).

Name:_ _
HP340: Statistical Methods, Spring 2017
Due Date: February 16, 2017
Homework #3
Instructions: Clearly circle the letter of the best answer for multiple-choice questions and
show your work when calculations are required. Where necessary, please ex

Name:_ _
HP340: Statistical Methods, Spring 2017
Homework #2
Instructions: Clearly circle the letter of the best answer for multiple-choice questions and
show your work when calculations are required. Where necessary, please explain your
reasoning for the

Design an ANOVA study to answer a question that is of interest to you.
What is the research question?
Do students of different sexes study different amounts for statistics and
biology finals?
Population of interest?
Statistics and biology students at U

HP340: Biostatistics, Fall 2009 DUE: 10/28/2009
Name:_ Homework #7 - ANOVA
1. In a one-factor between-subjects analysis of variance, the total variation in scores is sorted into two sources: _. a. sums of squares and degrees of freedom b. between-group va

Chapter 10 Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
What is ANOVA
ANOVA is the primary statistical approach used to evaluate the effects of an independent variable involving more than two levels in experimental design (One-Factor, or One-way, ANOVA). Example - does

Chapter 8
Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing : Z test and One sample t test
Statistics are used to:
Organizeand de scribedata
(De scriptiveS tatistics)
Estim thepopulation param te (I nfe ntial ate er re S tatistics) Te hypothe s base on I nfe

Chapter 7 Using Statistics for Inference and Estimation
S tatistical I nfe nce re
re ss e I nfe nceis a proce of figuring out som thing unknown base on som thing known. d e tatistical Infe nceis e ating unknown re stim S population param te froma sam e rs

Chapter 6
The Normal Distribution, Probability and Standard Scores
Normal Distribution
Normal distribution is crucial theoretical mathematical distribution used in statistics. Also call Gaussian distribution, Bell curve.
The Normal Curve
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Chapter 5 Measures of Variability
Variability and Range
Variability: How much scores vary from each other. Range: The spread, or dispersion, from the highest to the lowest score. Range = Xhighest - Xlowest
Quartile Ranges
Interquartile range: used with

Chapter 4 Measures of Central Tendency
De scriptiveS tatistics
Me asure of: s 1. C ntral te ncy (typical score) e nde Mode Me , dian, Me an. 1. Variability (amount of variability) Range Variance S , , tandard de viation.
Mode
Themost frequently occurring

Chapter 11 Chapter 11 Two-factor Between-subjects Designs and Analysis of Variance
Two-factor Between-subjects Designs and Analysis of Variance
Factorial Design
Factorial Design involve at le two s ast inde nde variable and e individual variable pe nt s a

Chapter 10 Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
What is ANOVA
ANOVA is the primary statistical approach used to evaluate the effects of an independent variable involving more than two levels in experimental design (One-Factor, or One-way, ANOVA). Example - does

HP Midterm 340L Questions to Resolve 1. Figure out which design 2. Ascertain what information is needed to answer the question 3. Compute needed SSs 4. ANOVA table with F-test 5. Comparisons of factor level means Study Designs 1. One factor between-subjec

H P 340L 8/31/09 Experimental gives ability to make causal relationships others can only determine associations Discrete (finite) vs. Continuous (Infini te) Chapter 3: Describing data frequency distr ibutions and graphs Percentile rank: score cumulative %

H P 340L Midterm Notes Degrees of freedom for one sample t and two sample t Types of tests: Z-test One sample t-test Two sample t-test o o o Between subjects Within subjects