How is sample size related to statistical tests and outcomes? Give a specific example. Why is it important
to plan the sample size before collecting data?
The sample size reduces the probability of error and defines the logistics of the study. An insuffic
What are some ethical considerations in doing research and applying statistics?
There are number of ethical considerations in doing research and applying statistics. A few of those
considerations include perceived privacy, informed consent, and anonymity.
Fill in the following for a possible study with one independent variable (IV) with two
conditions/treatments and a dependent variable (DV) that is measured on a continuous scale
(interval or ratio):
Independent variable = Psychological empowerment, goal s
How does a researcher determine the meaning of a score on a norm-referenced test such as an IQ test?
Why is the use of standardized scores such as z-scores of value to researchers seeking to interpret test
results? How might a researcher use a norm-refere
Although your dissertation project is still some time away, what specific ideas do you have at this point
for a study? What journal articles have you been reading that report research in your area of interest?
What trends have you observed in how research
Weather reports typically report the daily high and low temperatures, the average temperature for the
day, and the record low and high temperatures for a given day. Given that today's high is 70, the average
high for this date is 60, the record low for th