SPSS Descriptive Statistics Assignment
1. The mean, standard deviation, variance, and range for perceived learning variables.
Descriptive Statistics
N
Range
Perceived Learning
92
Valid N (list wise)
18
Minimum
Maximum
2
20
Mean
Std. Deviation
10.86
Varian

Running Head: ANALYSIS OF THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
1
1
Analysis of Theoretical Framework
Fendley, Tracy
Liberty University
EDUC 701- Theories & Research in Educational Psychology
Dr. Gary Woods
March 31, 2013
Introduction
The issue of reading comprehension a

Question 1
0 out of 3 points
Measures of
central tendency
are used to
describe the
variability or
spread of a
distribution.
Answer
Selected
Answer:
True
Question 2
3 out of 3 points
The "real lower
limit" of an
interval in a
histogram is
Answer
Selected

Chapter 3
Displaying Data
Plotting Data
Data can be _to
make them more
reorganized
intelligible by _them
in some
plotting
graphical
sort of _
form.
Some of the methods for plotting data are
Frequency distributions
histograms
_
_, _,
Stem-and-leaf
and _

Chapter 5
Measures of
Variability
Dispersion ( Variability)
It is important to include information
about the degree to which individual
clustere
deviate about or
observations
are _
d
_
from the average value.
variability
Dispersion, or
_, is the
degree to

EDUC 712
FINAL EXAM:
SPSS PORTION INSTRUCTIONS
This portion of the Final Exam draws upon the knowledge and skills you acquired throughout
this course by asking you to perform an SPSS analysis. Read the three case studies below and
choose the appropriate s

Chapter 2
Basic Concepts of Fundamental
Statistics
Measurement
Measurement is frequently defined as the
numbers to _,with
assignment of _
the
objects
words numbers and objects being interpreted
loosely
_.
Depending on what we are measuring and how we
meas

Chapter 10
Regression
Regression
Regression is
the _ of one
predicti
knowled
variable
from
_ of one or
on
more ge
other variable.
Linear regression: regression in
linear
which the relationship
is _.
Regression
The Regression Line
Prediction value () : Th

Chapter 12
Hypothesis Test Applied to
Means: One Sample
Hypothesis Tests
Experimental hypothesis: another name
research hypothesis.
for the _
Central Limit: The theorem that specifies
nature
the _
of the sampling
mean
distribution of the _.
Hypothesis Tes

COUR # Course Schedule
COURSE SCHEDULE
EDUC 812
Green, S. B., & Salkind, N. J. (2014). Using SPSS for Windows and Macintosh: Analyzing and understanding data
(7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Datasets available for download:
http:/www.pear

Note: This is an example only. You will need to expand on each section. This example should
only be used as a guide and for correct format. Refer to the end of each chapter in your
textbooks and the Dissertation Handbook on how to write up the findings se

EDUC 715
DISCUSSION BOARD GRADING RUBRIC (70 POINTS)
Student:
Points
Possible
Criteria
Thread
All key components of the Discussion Board Forum prompt
are answered in the thread.
15
Major points are supported by the following:
Pertinent, conceptual, or pe

Rubric for SPSS Exercise Worksheet (20 points)
Category
Completion
Correctness
Figures and
Tables
Understanding
Total
5 pts
4 pts
3 pts
All answers were
completed.
Most answers
were completed.
Several of the
answers were
incomplete.
All answers were
corre

Chapter 6
The Normal
Distribution
The Normal Distribution
A Normal Distributionspecific
is a
_ distribution having a
bell-shaped _
characteristic
form.
distributio
There
is an importantprobabiliti
link between
ns
_
and es
_.
The Normal Distribution
Data c

Chapter 7
Basic Concepts of
Probability
Basic Concepts of
Probability
If an event can occur in A ways and
can fail to occur in B ways, and if all
possible ways are equally likely ( e.g.,
each caramel has an equal chance of
being drawn), then the probabili

Chapter 11
Multiple
Regression
Multiple Regression
Multiple correlation Coefficient ( R):
The correlation
between one
variable
predictors( Y) and a set of
_
_.
Squared
squaredcorrelation Coefficient( R 2):
The _ correlation coefficient
between
variableY a

Stats Midterm 1
Both Sides
In one-sample tests of means we:
a. compare one sample mean with another.
b. compare one sample mean against a population mean.
c. compare two sample means with each other.
d. compare a set of population means.
Compare one sampl

Running head:
1
School district give a very strict curriculum outlines and calendars that are expected to be
followed. Learning goals and objectives that the student should achieve by the end of each lesson
and unit are stated. However, we are given the o

Chapter 3
ADULT LEARNING THEORY: IT MATTERS
James G. Clawson
Every act of conscious learning requires the willingness to suffer an
injury to one s self-esteem. That is why young children, before they are
aware of their own self-importance, learn so easily

EDUC 712 Bibliography
Bibliography
Ary, D., Jacobs, L. C., Razavieh, A. & Sorensen, C. (2006). Introduction to Research in
Education (7th ed). United States: Thomson: Wadsworth. ISBN: 0-534-55537-3.
George, Darren and Mallery, Paul. (2006) SPSS for Window

Fundamental Statistics for the
Behavioral Sciences
Introduction
Introduction
Statistics: Refers to a set of _
procedures and
rules ( not always computational or
_
mathematical) for reducing large masses of
data to manageable _,
proportions
_
and for
allow

Chapter 8
Sampling
Distributions and
Hypothesis Testing
Sampling Distributions and
Hypothesis Testing
Sampling Error:
_ of a statistic
variabili
from sample to
due to _.
chanc
tysample
e
The term indicates that the
_ of
value
a sample statistic probably w