CHAPTER 13 REVIEW
1. The following are the approximate percentages for the different blood types among white Americans:
A: 40%; B: 11%; AB: 4%; O: 45%. A random sample of 1000 black Americans yielded the following
blood type data: A: 270; B: 200; AB: 40;
1. Analysis of variance is used to
A. compare nominal data.
B. compute t test.
C. compare population proportions.
D. simultaneously compare several population means.
2. When testing for differences between treatment means, the degrees of freedom for the t
Practice Questions_Ch-8-14 (RESR2000)
TRUE/FALSE
1. A field experiment is conducted in a natural setting such as a supermarket.
ANS: T
2. A measurement scale in which respondents are asked to rate different brands of tires as excellent, good, fair, or
poo
Chapter 1The Role of Business Research
TRUE/FALSE
1.
operations.
Business research can be directed toward an element of an organizations internal
ANS: T
PTS: 1
DIF: Moderate
REF: p. 3
OBJ: LO: 01-01
NAT: AACSB Reflective Thinking| CB&E Model Research| Blo
Chapter 19
Empowerment
and Coaching
Objectives
Describe the characteristics of highperformance organizations
Distinguish between command-andcontrol and involvement-oriented
approaches of management
Define empowerment
Explain four aspects of empowermen
Chapter 20
Performance
Management
Objectives
Explain the importance of performance
feedback
Describe the process of performance
appraisal
Identify the components of effective
appraisals
Demonstrate the skills required for a good
appraisal
Organization
Chapter 14
Managing
Diversity
Organizational Behavior : An Experiential
Objectives
Explain the broad definition of diversity
List the reasons why diversity is a business
issue
Discuss ethnicity, gender, age, and culture
in terms of workplace diversity
Chapter 10
Group Dynamics
and
Work Teams
Organizational Behavior: An Experiential
Approach 8/E
10-1
Objectives
List the benefits and liabilities of teams
Identify what requirements must be in
place to set the stage for successful
work teams
Describe tw
Chapter 17
Decision
Making
Organizational Behavior : An Experiential
Approach 8/E
Objectives
Explain why decision making is a social
process
Define and explain how bounded
rationality influences decision making
Describe five models of decision
making
Chapter 8
Interpersonal
Communication
Objectives
Understand the transactional model of
communication
List common sources of distortion in
communication
Identify gender differences in communication
Identify cultural differences in communication
Descri
Chapter 22
Managing
Change
Objectives
Describe the nature of change
Explain the essential components in the
change process
Understand the leaders role in the change
process
Define resistance to change and its function
List tactics for dealing with re
chapter 16
Various types of probabilistic and nonprobabilistic sampling techniques
chapter 16 slides 16,18,20,21,22
Various types of Sampling stratified, convenience,
snowball sampling
systematic sampling
Sampling size and its influence on sampling error
STUDY GUIDE ANSWER FOR EXAM 1- BUS200W
1) Explain how business research contributes to business success.
Business research contributes to business success by addressing a specific business decision for a specific
firm or organization. Business research us
FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE ANSWERS: BUS 200W
1) Discuss the criteria researchers consider when deciding on the most appropriate sample design for a
specific project?
2) Explain the central-limit theorem and discuss why it is useful to researchers?
The centra
Bus 200 W
Midterm 1 Study Guide
Fall 2015
Dr. Reggie Murray
True False Topics:
1) Business Research Behavioral Approaches
2) Appropriate times to conduct research
3) A concept
4) Process of identifying actual measurement scales
5) Pilot Studies
6) Reasons
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A Guide to Statistical Techniques 29
TABLE 2.1 Choosing Among Statistical Techniques
Major Number (Kind) Number (Kind)
Research 0f Dependent of Independent Analytic Goal of
Question Variables Variables Covariates Strategy Analysis
Create a linear
comb
DEGREES OF FREEDOM
HELEN M. WALKER
Associate Professor of Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
A concept of central importance to modern statistical theory which
few textbooks have attempted to clarify is that of "degrees of freedom." For the
Chapter 5
A Survey of Probability Concepts
True/False
1. Based on a classical approach, the probability of an event is defined as the number of favorable
outcomes divided by the total number of possible outcomes.
Answer: True
Difficulty: Medium
Goal: 2
RES342 Quiz 2
Name: _
Multiple Choice Circle the one best answer.
1. A poll of 400 people from Dobbs Ferry showed 250 preferred chocolate raspberry coffees while
170 out of 350 in Irvington preferred the same flavor. To test the hypothesis that