WEEK 7 SPSS
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1.
A study was completed that examined the re
WEEK 8 EXERCISES (the last oneyou made it!)
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1.
When
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #1
Read chapters 1, 2, and 3 of the PASW Statistics 18 Brief Guide (check the virtual office
under forums for a link to the file). The CD also includes a copy of this guide. You may
want to review Appendix A of our text as well.
Then, foll
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #5
Tests for Two Independent (or Different) Groups (or Samples)
To run the t Test for Independent Samples:
*You can also follow the steps in pages 200-203 of your text.
Once you have entered the data, click on Analyze, then on Compare Mean
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #2
NOTE: Most of the data sets we will be using are in Appendix C of your text (p.
366). From now on, I will refer to each data set using the name given and listed
in Appendix C (e.g., Chapter 3 Data Set 1).
Then, follow these guidelines.
WEEK 4 EXERCISES
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your work.
1.
In the following statements, wou
WEEK 6 EXERCISES
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1.
Using the following table, provi
Part 1 of 1 - 25.0/ 25.0 Points
Question 1 of 25 1.0/ 1.0 Points
Professor Rodgers found that the average level of happiness reported by people under 65
years of age declined from 1957 to 1970. However, for this same group, the average level
of happiness
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #3
Computing z-Scores Using SPSS
Using the data below:
1.
Determine the z-score that corresponds to each teachers salary and enter
them in the table below. (Follow the steps on the second page).
The following data are from a survey of high
WEEK 1 EXERCISES
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1.
Find the mean, median, and mode
WEEK 7 SPSS
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A study was completed that examined the relat
Biomes of the World: Exploring Diversity
Name: Ashley King
Subject: Science
Grade: 9th or 10th
Brief Summary: This lesson will introduce students to the variety of biological
ecosystems found throughout the planet. We will discuss the worlds major biomes
RUNNING HEAD: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Annotated Bibliography: Seasonal Affective Disorder
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Dr. Pat Mann
PSYC525: Physiological Psychology
American Public University
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Annotated Bibliography
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References
Danilenko, K., & Ivanova, I. (2015)
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Unit 7- Traditional Assessment
4/12/2014
DIRECTIONS: Answer each question. When you are finished, raise your hand and I
will collect your assessment.
PART 1: Matching (5 points each; Level 1; Match)
Match each word with its definition.
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Unit 8 Short Essay
April 19th, 2015
Prompt: After reading Chapter 9, choose one of the authorities on classroom management
from the chapter. Explain why you chose the person, discuss the main principles of this
persons model/theory, and
Answer: C. One act of aggression reduces the likelihood of further acts of aggression.
Explanation: Basically, catharsis is the act of "blowing off steam." The catharsis theory of aggression
alleges that by releasing aggression in some way, aggressive urg
All About Cells
Name: Ashley King
Subject: Science
Grade: 9th or 10th
Brief Summary: This lesson will introduce students to plant and animal cells, as well as
prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. In addition, basic cellular components will be discussed.
Mate
QUESTION #1
The Core Conflictual Relationship Theme Method is highly useful for many psychotherapists. It is
especially useful for therapists who work with clients who experience core conflicts related to emotionally
investing in a relationship (Grenyer,
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Unit 2 Short Essay
Topic: After reading Chapters 2 and 4 and watching the videos, discuss how teachers
can become culturally responsive teachers.
This weeks lessons on Culturally Responsive Teaching were very interesting to
me. Diversit
1. What does Aronson say is one of the most powerful determinants of whether you
will like another person?
Answer: A) if that person likes you
Explanation: Although all four answers indicate ways that will improve your chances
of you becoming friends with
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Unit 7- Authentic Assessment
4/12/2014
Type of assessment chosen & summary of the assessment:
I chose a drawing and/or diagram. Students will work in teams to create a model of both
cell types that we have discussed this month.
Detailed
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #8
Chi-Square
SPSS instructions:
Chi-Square Test for Goodness of Fit:
Open SPSS
Remember that SPSS assumes that all the scores in a row are from the same participant. In the
study presented in #1, there are 20 students, some of whom have b
WEEK 8 EXERCISES (the last oneyou made it!)
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1.
When
WEEK 7 SPSS
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1.
A study was completed that examined the re
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #6
Analysis of Variance
SPSS instructions:
Open SPSS
Analyze the data for #1. Remember that SPSS assumes that all the scores in a row are from the
same participant. In this study, there are 15 participants divided into three groups of five
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #6
Analysis of Variance
Review and follow the steps on pages 232-236 of your text.
1.
Enter the data in Chapter 13 Data Set 2 (p. 377). Compute the F ratio for a
comparison between the three levels representing the average amount of time
t
WEEK 5 EXERCISES
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1.
a.
Warm up those calculators! Us
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #4
Graphing your Data
For this assignment you will be using the data file gss96_06each750
The Frequencies command produces graphical frequency distributions. Click
Analyze, then Descriptive Statistics, then Frequencies. A dialog box for th
WEEK 3 EXERCISES
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1.
For the following research quest
Question 1 of 30
1.0/ 1.0 Points
A sampling distribution of the difference between the means is based on an infinite number of
paired samples.
A. True
B. False
Answer Key: True
Question 2 of 30
1.0/ 1.0 Points
It is possible to calculate a two-sample t te