Spring 2014
SPSS Lab 4 Report
Relevant portions of the SPSS output (10 points)
Multivariate Testsa
Effect
Value
F
Hypothesis df
Sig.
Partial Eta
Squared
Pillai's Trace
ObjectType
Wilks' Lambda
Hotelling's Trace
Roy's Largest Root
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.004b
1.000
58.000
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SPSS Lab 1
1. Overview of descriptive and inferential statistics; Levels of Measurement
2. Overview of reporting statistics in APA style
3. Obtaining measures of central tendency, dispersion, and correlation in SPSS
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Relevant paper & data set: Fisher (20
SPSS Lab 3
Relevant paper & data set: Fisher (2011), JECP, Exp. 1. The paper & data sets are posted on
Blackboard
1. Chi-square and Fisher exact tests in SPSS
2. Graphs with error bars in excel
Chi-Square and Fisher exact tests in SPSS
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SPSS Lab 2
1. Overview of inferential statistics & Conclusion Validity (Lecture 9 slides)
2. T-tests (Relevant paper & data set: Fisher (2011), JECP, Exp. 1. The paper & data sets
are posted on Blackboard).
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One-sample t-test: tests whether a mean of
DRM Spring 2014
Quiz 3
Name
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1. In 1979, the Department of Health and Human Services released the Belmont Report, which
outlined three principles of ethical research. Name and describe each of these principles.
Principle 1: (4 Points)
Beneficence: Resear
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Quiz # 2
3.5.2014
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Name:
1. Explain the difference between construct validity and internal validity (6 points).
Construct validity refers to the degree to which the study measures what it is designed to
measure, whereas internal validit
1. Single-sample t-test: Shape-to-Color condition, Post-switch phase, Conflict trials. Comparison is against the chance level
50%.
One-Sample Statistics
N
SCPOSTCON
Mean
13
Std. Deviation
.3654
Std. Error Mean
.36251
.10054
F
One-Sample Test
Test Value =
Psychology 85-320
Quiz 1
2/5/2014
Name
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1) Name and describe the three primary components of the scientific method.
Component 1 (5 points):
Component 2 (5 points):
Component 3 (5 points):
Three components:
Theory: Organized synthesis of concepts that pre