Tierney Cook
Psych 3456
Self-Paced
Assignment 3
Style of Life Question:
Select a physical object in your home, or somewhere in your experience that looks like
it has gotten a great deal of use by people.
1. Describe the object, along with its characteris
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Typical Week Physical Activity Survey (BRFSS)
Please check your answer
1. When you are at work or school during a typical day, which of the following best describe what you do?
Would you say:
1 Mostly sitting or standing
2 Mostly walki
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Godin Leisure-Time Exercise Questionnaire
1. During a TYPICAL 7-Day period (a week), how many times on the average do you do the following
kinds of exercise for more than 15 minutes during your free time (write on each line the appropri
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PSYC 4021 Homework Week 1: Physical Activity
Questionnaires
You will need to complete the 2 physical activity questionnaires located in the Homework 1
Module: the BRFSS Physical Activity Questions and the Godin Leisure Time Exercise
Ques
Tierney Cook
Psych 3456
Self paced Online Spring
Assignment 2
Describe the mandala. Include: (a) What do all mandalas have in common? (b) Why is
the mandala Jung's chosen symbol for the self? For instance, why wouldn't another
shape or symbol serve just a
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PSYC 4021 Homework Week 2: Lifestyle Activity
Please fill out the Lifestyle Physical Activity Questionnaire found in the Homework 1 Module on
D2L and calculate your score as described at the bottom of the questionnaire.
1.
Please list
BIO 1220 Chapter 21 Study Guide
TERMS:
-Evolution: Descent with modification; the idea that living species are descendants of
ancestral species that were different from the present-day ones; also defined more narrowly
as the change in the genetic composit
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PSYC 4021 Homework #3: Acute Exercise & Mood
and Personality
For this assignment you will have to complete two questionnaires, the POMS mood inventory
and the Eysenck Personality Inventory, at two different times: (1) immediately BEFOR
Tierney Cook
Psych 3456
Spring 2016
Self-Paced
Unit 1 Assignment:
Critique the libido construct. Be sure to describe it completely before you critique it.
Also be sure to answer this question: If our psyches are not powered by libido, what
does make us "g
Psyc 2011, Jones
Summary of Lab Week 3
Descriptive statistics
Mean, median, variance, and standard deviation all have built-in functions:
> mean(X)
> median(X)
> var(X)
> sd(X)
You can also get standard deviation using var(X) and the sqrt() function, whic
Psyc 2111, Jones
Summary of Lab Week 7
t-test
First, we'll walk through the steps of a single-sample t-test. Make up a sample
with 5-10 data.
> X = c(_,_,)
Look at your sample and come up with a reasonable number for the population
mean under the null hyp
Psyc 2111, Jones
Summary of Lab Week 12
Factorial ANOVA
When there are more than one factor, we have whats called a factorial design,
and we run a factorial ANOVA. An example dataset is in lab12-1.txt. Look at
the whole dataset to see how its arranged. Th
not 1 or 0 because of standard deviation and standard error
rbimode = function(n) rnorm(n) + round(runif(n)*8 - 4
x = rbimode(n)
question 1
n = 100000
X = rnorm(n)
X
mean (X)
hist (X, breaks = 50)
M = 900
for(i in 1:100000) M[i] = mean (rbimode (n)
M[1:10
n = 47
reaction time = RT
reaction time without catagoization = simpleRT
question 1
The regression coefficent tells you the value that your data goes up by when you
increase the raw score by 1.
question 2
regression.coefficent = -10
standard.error = 7
T =
before = seq(1, 16, by = 3)
before
[1] 1 4 7 10 13 16
after = seq(5, 25, by = 4)
after
[1] 5 9 13 17 21 25
summary(before)
Min. 1st Qu. Median Mean 3rd Qu. Max.
1.00 4.75 8.50 8.50 12.25 16.00
summary(after)
Min. 1st Qu. Median Mean 3rd Qu. Max.
5
10
15
1
data = read.table ( web address)
data
summary (data)
regression = lm(data$collegeGPA ~ data $highschoolGPA + data$APcalc +
data$APpsyc)
out put give coefficents! the y intercepts
b0 = 0.217975
b_hsGPA = 0.009833
b_APcalc = 0.250558
b_APpsyc = 0.488081
hsG
question 1
exam length = 30
questions correct = 9
q = 0.2
n=30
c=9
q=0.2
question 2
qbinom()
qbinom(.05, 30, .2, lower.tail=FALSE)
[1] 10
question 3
The score I recieved 9/10 was below the critical value. This means I would
reject the null hypothesis.
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