Rhyann Woodard
Chloe Dellert
Kristen Steiner
SOC 390: Social Statistics I
Statistical Computer Analysis 4
Data:
The dataset that we are using for this lab (renal.sav) contains medical data on 84 patients, all undergoing cardiac surgery.
Forty-two patients
Dr. DeLays SOC 390
Homework 3
Name: _ ASU ID Number: _
To receive full credit (10 points total), you must show all of your work and you must
complete all parts of the questions.
1. What is statistical inference, and why do we need to use inference in stat
Homework 5 Chapter 4: 4, 10, 15 4. When a sample has a standard deviation of zero there is no variability; all scores are the same. 10. X 8 4 7 1 (X ) 8-5 = 3 4-5 = -1 7-5 = 2 1-5= -4 (X )2 32 = 9 -12 = 1 22 = 4 -42 = 16
a. = (X)/n = 20/4 = 5 b.
Homework 3 Chapter 3: 5, 7, 8, 10, 20
5. The mean, medium, and mode will have the same value when the distribution is symmetrical and has one mode. 7. The mean is not often a good measure of central tendency for a skewed distribution because extreme
Dr. DeLays SOC 390
Homework 1
Name: _ ASU ID Number: _
To receive full credit (10 points total), you must show all of your work and you must
complete all parts of the questions.
The following is a made-up data set that contains scores from 10 people regar
SOC 390 Worksheet 1
Chapter 1 & 2
Name: Jasmine Santos
Class Time: T&TH 10:30am
Complete the table below with regard to the four types/scales of measurement. Try to use an example that
was not in the textbook and was or discussed in class. Also please ens
SOC 390 Worksheet 2
Chapter 3
Class Time: 10:30 T&TH
Complete the table below and then answer the questions that follow. Also please ensure that the
definition you write is in your own words.
The purpose of this assignment is to help you to become more co
Dr. DeLays SOC 390
Homework 2
Name: _ ASU ID Number: _
To receive full credit (10 points total), you must show all of your work and you must
complete all parts of the questions.
The following is a made-up data set that contains scores from 10 people regar
Dr. DeLay SOC 390
Extra Practice for Lectures 5 and 6
Questions
Lets say that we have a normal distribution of scores for an exam. The mean of the distribution
is 5 and the standard deviation is 2.
1. Compute a z-score for a raw score of 7 coming from thi
Dr. DeLay SOC 390
Extra Practice for Lecture 4
Lets say 5 students took a quiz that was worth a total 10 points. I have written the 5 students
scores below
Raw Data
9
10
5
8
7
Questions
1. Using the scores, compute the range.
2. Using the scores, compute
Dr. DeLays SOC 390
Homework 4
Name: _ ASU ID Number: _
To receive full credit (10 points total), you must show all of your work and you must
complete all parts of the questions.
The following is a made-up data set that contains scores for 10 children. Dat
Dr. DeLay SOC 390
Extra Practice for Lectures 7 and 8
Questions
Lets say that we are working with the sampling distribution of the mean. We have a normally
distributed population of scores with = 50 and = 10. The random samples drawn from this
population
Dr. DeLay SOC 390
Extra Practice for Lectures 2 and 3
Lets say 25 students took an exam that was worth a total 20 points. I have written the 25
students scores below
Raw Data
11
12
13
15
17
11
15
16
20
18
13
15
19
15
19
14
13
14
16
18
17
17
16
16
14
Quest
Dr. DeLays SOC 390: Journal 2
To receive full credit you must complete and include ALL information requested and
answer ALL questions completely.
To complete this assignment you will also need to access the article Goodman 2008 Extra
Credit under course R
Dr. DeLays SOC 390: Journal 1
To receive full credit you must complete and include ALL information requested and
answer ALL questions completely.
1. If you plan on going to graduate school, briefly research and describe what types of classes
youll need to
SOC 390 (Dr. Miller)
Spring 2017
Homework #6 (15 points)
Due: Tuesday, April 18th
Name: _
1. A researcher is interested in assessing if there are gender differences in depression.
Which statistical analysis is most appropriate for this study (1 point)?
a.
Homework 1 Chapter 1: 7, 10, 18, 19, 20
7. Independent variable: aspirin Dependent variable: heart attack 10. a. dependent variable: number of colds b. Discrete (you cannot have 1.5 or 1.666666 colds, therefore it is not continuous) c. Ratio (having
SOC 390: Quiz 6
Chapter 7
Name:
Class:
Read each of the questions carefully and then select the best answer.
1. Suppose you were able to select an infinite number of random samples of a certain
size from a population and calculate a statistic on the sampl
SOC 390 Worksheet 2
Chapter 3
Name:
Rhyann Woodard
Class Time: 10:30
Complete the table below and then answer the questions that follow.
ensure that the definition you write is in your own words.
Also please
The purpose of this assignment is to help you t
Rhyann Woodard
Chloe Dellert
Kristen Steiner
SOC 390: Social Statistics I Statistical Computer Analysis 5
Data:
Our sample is a convenience sample of SOC 390 students. Therefore, it is not representative of the population of
SOC 390 students at ASU becaus
Soc 390 Practice Problems #2
*Pay close attention to any terms and concepts that appear in these practice problems. This does not
mean it will be in the same context on the Exam.
1. Matching each concept in column 1 with a concept in column 2:
Column 1
Co
SOC 352 Social Networks and Innovations as Vehicles of Social Change
How Innovation Spurs Social Change:
By the discovery or invention of novelty
By its communication to others
By its adoption or rejection by societys members
Generalities about Innovat
Social Movements as Vehicles for Social Change
Social Movements (SMs):
Social movements operate at the middle levels of social reality, between the
micro levels of the face-to-face interaction that recruits and mobilizes persons for
action and the more ma
1. A consumer researcher was asked to test a claim by a franchise swimming instruction program.
Specifically, they claimed that they could teach the average 7-year-old to swim across an
Olympic-size pool in less than 2 hours. The researcher arranged for e
SOC 390 (Dr. Miller)
Spring 2017
Homework #5 (15 points)
Due: Thursday, April 6
Name: _
1. How do you interpret a t score in a dependent samples t test (1 point)?
a. It is the variance of your sample
b. It is the absolute difference between your sample me
SOC 390
Homework 3
15 points
Name: _
ASU ID Number: _
For the problems that require hand calculations, make sure to show all of your work to
receive full credit.
1. What is a sampling distribution of means and what do we use it for (1 point)?
2. What is s
SOC 390 (Dr. Miller)
Homework 4
15 points
Name: _
ASU ID Number: _
For the problems that require hand calculations, make sure to show all of your work to
receive full credit.
1. An effect size of d = .50 tells us (1 point):
a. That the standard error of t
SOC 390
Homework 2
15 points
Name: _
ASU ID Number: _
Beth Richards was concerned about the language development of her 18-month-old daughter,
Claire. On her 18 month birthday, Claire was speaking 3 words: mama, dada, and doggie;
however, Beth believed th