SPSS ASSIGNMENT #1
Read chapters 1, 2, and be sure to go through the SPSS tutorial (or run the tutorial).
Then, follow these guidelines.
To Enter Data:
1.
Click on the Variable View tab in the lower left corner of the screen. In the first
box under the co

SOCI332 Statistics for Social Sciences
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An education researcher collects data on how many students are on scholarship at various local
colleges. The researcher then makes a frequency table to summarize the data. The

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Frequency
4GB
EDD
EDD
MARRIED PEOPLE HAPPIER THAN UNMARRIED
STRONGLY AGREE AGREE NEITHER AGREE DISAGREE
MGR DIEAGREE
MARRIED PEOPLE HAPPIER THAN UNMARRIED
STRONGLY
DIEAGREE

WEEK 7 EXERCISES
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SOCI332 Quiz 8
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In a chi-square test, the variables are:
A.rank-order (ordinal)
B.ratio-scale
C.continuous (quantitative)
D.categorical (nominal)
Question 2 of 25
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The main idea of a chi-square test is that y

SOCI332 Quiz 6
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The _ is a hypothesis-testing procedure in which there are two separate groups of
people tested and the population variance is not known.
A.t test for dependent means
B.t test for a single sample
C.t test fo

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What does your research question help to guide?
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A.Hypothesis
B.Correlation
C.Sampling error
D.Average score
Answer Key:
A
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In a study, a _

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The correlation coefficient is a measure of _.
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A.mean differences
B.causation
C.prediction
D.association
Answer Key:
D
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Which major assumption of the t-test deals with the amount of variability in each group?
A.variables normally distributed
B.sample chosen at random
C.score

SOCI332 Quiz 7
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An analysis of variance (ANOVA) differs from a test for independent means (t test) in that an
ANOVA:
A.is usually used to compare the means of two groups but a t test is used to compare three
groups
B.is use

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WEEKLY ASSIGNMENT 5
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SOCI332 Quiz 3
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What is a hypothesis?
A.a procedure for using descriptive statistics in research
B.a set of theories about certain facts, relationships, or events
C.a prediction about the results of a research study
D.a way

SOCI332 Quiz 5
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The _ is a hypothesis-testing procedure used when a sample mean is being compared
to a known population mean and the population variance is unknown.
A.ANOVA
B.t test for a single sample
C.t test for multiple

SOCI332 Quiz 4
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Effect size is a measure of:
A.the difference between individual members of a sample
B.the extent to which two populations overlap
C.the extent to which two populations do not overlap
D.the statistical signi

Question 1 of 25
What is a hypothesis?
A.a procedure for using descriptive statistics in research
B.a set of theories about certain facts, relationships, or events
C.a prediction about the results of a research study
D.a way of quantifying the normal curv

Part I
The survey that I selected is What is normal and whats not when it comes to
human behavior, sexuality, and relationships? The population for this survey
consisted of 100,000 people 18 years of age and older who are in relationships
(both heterosexu

Assignment 1: Research Guidelines
(A) My Purpose
To see if the frequency of sex makes married/unmarried couples happier.
(B) All About My Sample
1. Who are the participants: Participants represent the American Society.
2. Who is funding the research? Rese

Frequency
III!
EDD
EDD
MARRIED PEDPLE HAPPIER THAN UNMARRIED
ETRGHGLY AGREE AGREE NEITHER AGREE DISAGREE
NGR DISAGREE
MARRIED PEOPLE HAPPIER THAN UNMARRIED
ETRGNGLY
DIEAGREE