Unit 1
1.
The Caloric Cost of SuperSizing
Enter the total calorie value for each meal in the table. Worksheet Table Regularsized meal Cheeseburger French fries, small Cocacola, small Total Calories Calories 300kcal 230kcal 150kcal 680 Supersized meal Doub
Chapter 2 Part 1: Frequency Distributions
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Refreshing our memories.
Are these data qualitative or quantitative?
Years of work experience Student ID Eye color
What is the level of measurement?
Nominal (name), Ordinal (order), Interval, or Ratio
The v
Psych 1167: Exam 1 Study Guide *Note: The exam will be multiple choice, so you will not need to draw graphs on the exam. However, you will still need to be able to interpret frequency distributions as well as different types of graphs. The following is a
PSYCH 1167 (Sections 001-004) Spring 2011
Fundamentals in Statistical Methods M/W 4:00 PM 4:50 PM B032 Weiss Hall, Main Campus Instructor Information Alexandrea Hunt, M.A. Office: Weiss Hall 530 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: 3-4 PM, M-Th, or by a
Psychology 1167 Homework Assignment #1 1. Explain the difference between a discrete and a continuous variable, and provide an example of each. (4 points) 2. A researcher is interested in the relationship between the amount of television that children watc
Jennifer DiBartolomeo
Foundations in Stat. methods
9/28/11
Article Summary
In Rowes article, Multidimensional Family Therapy: Addressing Co-occurring
Substance Abuse and Other Problems Among Adolescents with Comprehensive Family-based
Treatment, she discu
Psychology 1167 Assignment 4 Imagine that you are a teacher and that you have just given your class of 25 students a quiz. Their scores are as follows: Quiz Scores 6 8 4 2 9 7 4 1 3 8 9 8 1 8 6 2 9 7 9 5 8 2 8 1 9
You wish to know the variation of scores
Psychology 1167 Assignment 3 Due 9/28/10 Imagine that you are a teacher and that you have just given your class of 25 students a quiz. Their scores are as follows: Quiz Scores 6 8 4 2 9 7 4 1 3 8 9 8 1 8 6 2 9 7 9 5 8 2 8 1 9
You wish to know the basic di
Psychology 1167 Assignment 2 Imagine that you are a teacher and that you have just given your class of 25 students a quiz. Their scores are as follows: Quiz Scores 6 8 4 2 9 7 4 1 3 8 9 8 1 8 6 2 9 7 9 5 8 2 8 1 9
With this data, construct the following:
Chapter 1 Introduction
Key Terms:
Population vs. Sample.
Example:
Population: the complete set of data or observations for one study Sample: a subset of a population Adults' memory may decrease with age
Key Terms:
Population & Sample
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Psych 1167: Final Exam Study Guide *The final will be multiple-choice, just like the last three exams. I've trimmed down the amount of material for which you'll be responsible. If the topic is not listed on the study guide, it won't be on the exam. From E
Psych 1167: Exam 3 Study Guide Chapter 7 Stuff 1. What does correlation measure? 2. What is the difference between a univariate and a bivariate distribution? 3. Are the following positive, negative, or zero correlations? a. People that are high on one var
Psych 1167 Exam 2 Review Guide Chapters 5 and 6 1. What do measures of variability tell us about a distribution of data? 2. Be able to look at two sets of data (numbers or graphs) and identify which one has the most variability 3. Can two different data s
Psych 1167: Exam 1 Study Guide *Note: I've decided to make the exam multiple choice, so you will not need to draw graphs on the exam. However, you will still need to be able to construct frequency distributions and interpret them, as well as interpret dif
Chapt er 3
Descr ibing Dat a wit h Gr aphs
Refr eshing our memor ies.
Ter ms you should know.
Fr equency Dist r ibut ion Relat ive fr equency dist r ibut ion Cumulat ive fr equency dist r ibut ion Per cent ile, per cent ile r ank.
Appar ent L imit vs. U
Chapter 2 Part 2: Frequency Distributions and Percentiles, Percentile Ranks
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Refreshing our memories.
Frequency Distributions
Qualitative: Categories Quantitative: Numbers
Ungrouped or Grouped?
Range = 17-3 Range = 82-2
Constructing class intervals
Running head: INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP THERAPY IN ALCOHOL ADDICTED TEENS
Does Family Help: The Comparison of Effectiveness between Individual Therapy
and Family Therapy for Adolescents with Alcohol Addiction
Jennifer J. DiBartolomeo
Temple University
Abstract