S TAT IST ICAL M E T HO DS PSYCHOLOGY 211 (F6) SPR I NG 2010
I nst ructor: Dr. Natalie Person Office hours: Tuesdays 3:305:00 or by appt D ept. Assistant: Ms. Ch r isty Waldki rch, Clough 111 Email: p erson@rhodes.edu Pu rpose
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Chapter 9 Introduction to the t statistic Spring 2010 Click to edit Master subtitle style
The t Statistic
The t statistic allows researchers to use sample data to test hypotheses about an unknown population mean. Advantage of the t statistic: does not req
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Chapter 8: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
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Hypothesis Testing
The hypothesis test is used to evaluate the results from a research study in which
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A sample is selected from the populati
Chapter 6: Probability Spring 2010
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Probability
Probability is a method for quantifying the likelihood of obtaining a specific sample from a specific population. The probability of a specific outcome is a fraction or a p
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Chapter 2 Frequency Distributions
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What you need to know
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to construct frequency distributions in both table and graph forms l Why we use frequency distributions l How to compute percentil
Introduction to Statistics & Research Methods Review
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Learning Objectives
Knowledge of basic terminology and notation of statistical analysis
Statistical terms Measurement terms
What are statistics?
Facts and