REVIEW OF MUSIC THERAPY EFFECTS ALZHEIMERS PATIENTS
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Monica Barnes
Behavioral Neuroscience
16 March 2017
Review of Music Therapy
Increases Melatonin Levels in Alzheimers Patients
Abstract
In Music Therapy Increases Serum Melatonin Levels in Patients with
Monica Barnes
Behavioral Neuroscience
Auditory Hallucinations Among Deaf Schizophrenia Patients
Introduction
There has been a lot of studies on Deaf Schizophrenia patients on what happens when they report
hearing some auditory hallucinations even if they
Monica Barnes
Abnormal Psychology
As Good as It Gets
The movie As Good as It Gets, directed by James L. Brooks in 1997, follows Melvin
Udall, who is played by Jack Nicholson. Udall is a middle-aged man who is not well liked by
most people he encounters be
Monica Barnes
Seminar on Careers
22 February 2017
Statements of Interests and Goals
When I took the interests assessment my results were Conventional and Realistic 8%,
Investigative 11%, Enterprising 20%, Social 32%, Artistic 40%. Out of all the jobs give
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PSY4240 Homework 2
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1. Polarity of the membrane potential when the neuron is at rest.- Negative
5. Technique used to recording the brain electrical activity from the scalp.Electroencephalogram
8. Negative ion pre
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4. Hormones used this medium to travel to their target location. Blood
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PSY4240 HOMEWORK 3
Complete the crossword below
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Katie McCaslin
29 June 2017
PYSCH 4600-D01
Dropbox 2
Sexual Fantasies
1) What were the 3 goals of the study?
One of the main goals of this study was to determine rather or not sexual fantasies are considered
abnormal or normal. Ogas and Gaddam researched
Psychology Research Ethics
by Saul McLeod published 2007, updated 2015
Ethics refers to the correct rules of conduct necessary when carrying out research. We have a
moral responsibility to protect research participants from harm.
However important the iss
The Boxplot
(no audio)
Boxplots
You can see why they
are called box
plots!
The line in the
middle is the
median
The median is at a
score of 7.5
Boxplots
Comparing Women and
Men on Reaction Times
(Women are faster)
Boxplots
The dots are two
people outside
The Chi-Square
Chapter 18
Topics
Inferential Statistics
Parametric and Nonparametric
Inferential
Statistics
The Chi-Square Test for Goodness of Fit
The Chi-Square Test for Independence
Effect Size
Assumptions
Special Applications
Inferential Statistics
Co
Correlation
The Pearson Product-Moment Correlation
Coefficient & Scatterplots
Correlation
Scatterplots
Pearson r
There are four possible
meanings of a correlation.
1. X causes Y
2. Y causes X
3. Z causes both X and Y
4. Pure Coincidence
Prediction
Validit
Foundational Concepts
Factorial Designs
Two or more independent variables
are manipulated and studied
Factor
Independent variable studied
Level
Different values that exist for each
factor
Example
Factor 1: Gender
Levels: Male/Female
Factor 2: Presentati
Fall 2016
PSY 3020
Basic Statistics for Behavioral Health
Instructor: Shannon Walker
E-Mail: [email protected]
Phone/Text: 615-414-1685
Virtual Office Hours: W 12-2pm, F 2-4pm
Overview
Elementary descriptive and inferential statistics and their appl
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Sampling distributions are the third form of the frequency distribution. The first was the empirical distribution,
the second was the theoretical distribution, and the third is th
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There are three major sections in this chapter: Concepts, How-To, and The ANOVA Family. Although the analysis
of variance (ANOVA) can be done by hand with no more than basic mathematical
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Standardizing scores is a special form of transforming scores. We have already seen that one can calculate
percentages in the frequency distribution table. This conversion, or transformation, of scores into p
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The one-sample t-test is used to determine if a sample mean and a population mean differ enough to claim the
sample represents a different population. This is the same thing that the z-scor
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The repeated measures analysis of variance is similar to the one-way analysis of variance except now there are
three or more repeated measures, rather than independent groups. Remember the t-tes
Linear Regression
Chapter 17
Topics
The Linear Equation
Least Squared Error Solution
Standard Scores (z) & the Regression
Equation
Standard Error of Estimate
Multiple Linear Regression
Variability Accounted For
Partial Correlation
Simple Linear Regression
Related Samples T-test
Within-Subjects, Dependent Samples,
Repeated Measures
Topics
Research Designs
Difference Scores
Null and Alternative Hypothesis
Doing the Repeated Measures T-test
Effect Size
Writing the APA Report
Variability Issues (error variance
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Instructions for Using JASP 0.6.6 Statistical Software
Donald F. Kendrick, MTSU, 2015, v0.3.0
Table of Contents
Downloading and Installing JASP .2
Overview of JASP.2
General Layout of Data Files .4
How to Create Data Files Using Excel.5
How to Create Da
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Central Tendency refers to
the center area of the bell
curve and variability refers to
the spread of the "tails" of
the curve. These are the two
major characteristics of all
frequency d