Homework III
Z-Test and Dependent Sample t-test
Due Monday 2/16
1. Referring once again, to the bovine data and the electric fence, let's say that we want to know how
intelligent the breed of Brown Swiss are- the cows used to make Miss Swiss Hot Chocolate
Research in Psychology I
Research Proposal Guide, Part I
Title: How to Write a Research Paper Introduction Without Developing an Overwhelming
and Compulsive Urge to Kill
Author : Jeff Aspelmeier
Institution : Radford University
I. Introduction:
1. Thesis
Sample APA Paper
1
Running head: SAMPLE APA PAPER: PSYCHOTHERAPY AND THE DECEASED
A Sample APA Paper: The Efficacy of Psychotheraputic Interventions with Profoundly
Deceased Patients
Jeff Aspelmeier
Radford University
Acknowledgments: Many parts of this p
RADFORD
UNIVERSITY
McConnell
Library
PsycINFO on OVID
The PsycINFO database covers the professional and academic literature in psychology and related disciplines including
medicine, psychiatry, nursing, sociology, education, pharmacology, physiology, ling
APA Short Guide
1
Student Guide to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association Vol. 5
1.
Use margins of 1 inch (2.54 cm) on all sides and a line length of no more than 6.5 in
(16.51 cm). Using a flush left justification style (ragged
Study I
Data Analysis Guide
I. Computing Scale Scores.
- In the data file that I have given you, I have already done the following.
- Reverse scored all of the appropriate items.
For: Disgust Sensitivity: items 1, 6, & 18
- Note that a higher score indica
1
One-Way ANOVA using SPSS 11.0
This section covers steps for testing the difference between three or more group means using the
SPSS ANOVA procedures found in the Compare Means analyses. Specifically, we demonstrate
procedures for running a One-Way Anova
Study I (Group Project) & Report Guide: (80 pts)
As a class the students will design a study that employs Experimental methodology (See ZZS Ch. 6).
Your grade on this project will consist of the following 3 components:
I. Introduction with 4 primary refer
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Comparing Means in SPSS (t-Tests)
This section covers procedures for testing the differences between two means using the SPSS
Compare Means analyses. Specifically, we demonstrate procedures for running Dependent-Sample (or
One-Sample) t-tests, Independe
SPSS GUIDE 1
Psych. Research 1 Guide to SPSS 11.0
I. What is SPSS:
SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) is a data management and analysis
program. It allows us to store and analyze very large amounts of research data. The statistics that
SPS
Study II (Independent Project) & Report Guide: (80 pts)
As a class the students will design a study that employs a Complex Design (See ZZS Ch. 7). Your
grade on this project will consist of the following components:
II. Introduction with 6 primary referen
1
Factorial ANOVA Using SPSS
In this section we will cover the use of SPSS to complete a 2x3 Factorial ANOVA using the
subliminal pickles and spam data set. Specifically we will demonstrate how to set up the data file, to run the
Factorial ANOVA using the
Subject # _
Part IV
Please briefly describe (please write for 5 min) the emotions that the thoughts of your
own death arouses in you, and jot down, as specifically as you can what you think will
happen to you as you physically die and once you are physica
I.
Research in Psychology I
Research Proposal Guide, Part II
Title: How to Write a Research Paper Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusions Without
Developing an Overwhelming and Compulsive Urge to Kill
Author : Jeff Aspelmeier
Institution : Radford U
Explanation of the study/Consent Form
We would like to invite you to participate as a research participant in a study that will examine college students'
attitudes concerning relationships and attitudes toward a variety of situations, including potentiall
Research in Psychology I
Homework 1 Due Aug 31st
Homework 1 : Using PsychInfo
PsychInfo Assignment (10pts)
1) Keyword search: Gender =
total number of hits
2) Subject Heading search : Gender Identity =
total number of hits
3) Keyword search: Schema =
tota
Homework V
One-Way Anova
Due: 4/12/04
1. Determine the number of paired comparisons that would be required to fully test the Null Hypothesis for
the following situations. Also, for each situation report the mean pairs that would need to be tested.
a. 3 gr
Practice Exercises
1. What is a main effect in Factorial ANOVA?
2. What is an interaction effect in Factorial ANOVA?
3. Why is the main effect of and Independent Variable for a given Dependent Variable in Factorial ANOVA
generally larger than if we tested
Homework IV
Independent Sample t-test and Difference t-test
Due Friday 3/12 by 5:00
1. Assume that we are interested in the number of alcoholic beverages consumed per week by students
at Radford University. We draw two independent samples of students: (1)
SYLLABUS
Psychology 202: Psychology Research II
Spring, 2004 Section# (index #): 02 (3971)
Instructor:
Jeff Aspelmeier, Ph.D.
Office: Russell Hall 402
Phone: 5520
Web Page: www.radford.edu/~jaspelme
Class Meeting Time: MW: Lecture 10:00-10:50 pm (lab: 12:
Subject #_
Part VII
You will be shown 8 video taped scenes taken from prime-time network television. After watching each
clip, please use the scales below to rate how disgusted you are by each scene.
Scene 1.
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1
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2
_
3
NOT
DISGUSTED
AT ALL
Scene 2.
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1
Subject #_
Part I
Please answer the following questions.
Sex: (circle one) Female
Male
Age: _.
Ethnicity: (Circle all that apply)
African-American
Asian/Pacific Islander-American
European-American
American-Indian
Latino/Hispanic American
Other _
Class Ran
Homework II
Statistics Review (Due Wed 1/21)
Table 1
Postponement and Math/Statistics Anxiety
(X)
Number of Terms
Taking Statistics
Has Been Postponed
(Y)
Level of
Math/Statistics
Anxiety
1
2
2
3
3
2
3
3
4
4
3
3
3
2
4
4
5
5
5
7
1. The data set (X) found i
Debriefing Form
Thank you for participating as a research participant in the present study concerning your view of close
relationships (Attachment) and disgust (Disgust Sensitivity). In this study you were placed in one of three
experimental groups in ord
PSYC 201
Article Summary & Critique Guide
Reading articles should not be a passive process. By making reading research an active process, the
information can be better understood and subsequently remembered. Also, by answering the questions
bellow in a wr
Subject # _
Part V
Find each of the following words and circle them in the matrix below.
CLOSET
COMPACTDISC
STOPWATCH
PAPER
BICYCLE
TELEPHONE
LESSON
BRICK
CARPET
WINDOW
WRENCH
CRANIOMETRICS
PENCIL
CARTOON
THERMOS
PAPERCLIP
FIREPLACE
BOOKSHELF
CHALKBOARD
L
Correlation Examples
What we did in Class that was quite incorrect.
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Study II
Data Analysis Guide
I. Computing Scale Scores.
- In the data file that I have given you, I have already done the following.
- Reverse scored all of the appropriate items.
For: Disgust Sensitivity: items 1, 6, & 18
- Note that a higher score indic