Maria Trujillo
MAT 120.1605
Prof. Betne
November 19, 2008
The Case of the Body in the Bag
1. How likely is it that the offender is at least 18?
P(at least 18) =
6084 = 0.87
7024
The probability that the offender is at least 18 years old is of 87%.
2. How
CHAPTER 12 Introduction to analysis of variance
Analysis of variance (ANOVA): hypothesistesting procedure that is used to evaluate mean
differences between two or more treatments (or populations)
o Uses sample data as the basis for drawing general conc
CHAPTER 11 The t Test for Two Related Samples
Dependent Sample T tests
o Fewer degrees of freedom
o Have removed lots of variability
o Reduction in variability results in increase in power
Repeatedmeasures design (within subject design): dependent var
1. How likely is it that the offender is at least 18?
P(at least 18) =
6089= 0.9462
6435
The probability that the offender is at least 18 years old is 94.62%.
2. How likely is it that the offender is white?
P(white) = 3323 = 0.4808
6911
The probability th
Flaming Kitties References
Catharine de Ruyter, J., Renate Olthof, M., Jan Kuijper, L., & Bernard Katan, M. (2016).
ClinicalKey. Clinicalkey.com. Retrieved 11 October 2016, from
https:/www.clinicalkey.com/#!/content/playContent/1s2.0S1551714411002643?
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Hannah Otto
Lifespan Development Psych
2/16/16
Chapter 2
Chapter 2 Option 1: Reflect
The reflect question for this chapter was if I was a female (which I am), which birthing
method would I prefer and why. As someone who has never had a child and is not cu
Topic: The Neuroscience Behind Addiction
Group: The Flaming Kitties: Cassie Strauss, Maureen OLeary, Hannah Otto, and Kelly
Schmitz
Hall, W., Carter, L., & Morley, K. I. (2003). Addiction, neuroscience and ethics. Addiction, 98(7), 867870.
Background:
Se
Exam #2
Name: Hannah Otto
Due: Sunday, November 13th, 2016 by 11:59 p.m.
Online Math 117: Elementary Statistics
Please do your best to not alter the formatting of the following exam, especially the numbering and indentation. It is very
challenging to grad
Hannah Otto
Abnormal Psych
10/15/15
Case Study 1
The case study that I want to focus on is the third case that we were assigned which
covered hoarding disorder. I thought that this case was the most powerful of the cases we were
assigned because I persona
University of WisconsinManitowoc
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MEETING AGENDA
DATE: November 2, 2016
Call to order
Roll taken.
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Reports
A. President
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University of WisconsinManitowoc
STUDENT SENATE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
MEETING AGENDA
DATE: November 2, 2016
Call to order
Roll taken.
Approve Agenda
Approve Minutes from previous meeting
Reports
A. President
B. Vice President
C. Executive Director
D
Chapter 1

2 branches of statistics:
o Descriptive:
Organize, summarize, and communicate large amounts of numerical information
o Inferential:
Draw conclusions about larger populations based on smaller samples of that population.
Samples are intended
Psych 210, Chapter 12 Homework Questions:
When we reject the null hypothesis after using an F table to determine the significance value, we can
conclude that there is:
a.
b.
c.
d.
A difference between means that is larger than we would predict by chance
N
Psych 210 Chapter 11 Homework Questions
Which of the following equations is the correct formula for calculating degrees of freedom for an
independentsamples t test?
a.
b.
c.
d.
dftotal = dfx dfy
dftotal = dfx + dfy
dftotal = dfx + X1
dftotal = X1 X2
Answ
Lecture 1 Chapter 12
Monday, November 7, 2016
8:50 PM
F Distribution
When to use F distribution
Working with 2 or more samples
ANOVA
Used with 1 or more nominal independent variables (with 2 levels) and an interval or ratio
dependent variable
Why n
SingleFactor
Experimental
Designs
Passer Chapter 8
Experimentation: Some Review
What are the three criteria that must be met
in order to make a causal inference?
Covariation of X and Y
Temporal order
Absence of plausible alternative explanations
Today
Statistical reasoning as applied to the taste test
Chapter 6 on Case Studies and Observational
Research (if time permits)
Maybe some background on the Stroop test (if
time permits)
Quiz at end of class
The first section of this slide presenta
Correlation and
Correlational
Research
Passer Chapter 5
Slides Prepared by Alison L. OMalley
why do we need to know about
correlations?
why do we need to know about
correlations?
they reveal the degree of statistical
association between two variables, and
1. A 1 x 4 repeated measures ANOVA was conducted to evaluate changes in the evaluation of
emotions on different segments of the face shown in a photograph. Each photograph of models
presented to subjects was evaluated on a 7point scale reflecting the amo
Psych 210 Stats Vocabulary Exam 1
CHAPTER 1
o Statistics: set of mathematical procedures for organizing, summarizing, and interpreting
information
o Population: the set of all the individuals of interest in a particular study
o Sample: a set of individua
Psych Stats 210 Exam 3 Study Guide
1. What is the main purpose of Analysis of Variance?
The main goal of ANOVA is to determine whether the mean differences (uses
variance ) observed among the samples provide enough evidence to conclude that
there are mean
PSYCHOLOGY 210 EXAM 1
Descriptive statistics: describe and summarize data
Inferential statistics: to generalize/infer from a sample about a population
o Sample: subset of population to tell us about the entire population
o Specify a #: confidence/probabil
Chapter 12: Introduction to ANOVA
ANOVA: hypothesis testing procedure that is used to evaluate mean differences between two or
more treatments (or populations)
o Uses sample data as basis for drawing general conclusions about populations
Both ANOVA and
Application Problem #1
A study was conducted to explore whether the behavior of Beer Goggles is a result of
alcohols effect on peoples perception or just the lowering of peoples inhibitions to engage in
sexual activity. The term Beer Goggles refers to men
THOUGHT QUESTIONS UNIT 3
Chapter 12
1)
The goal of ANOVA is to determine whether the mean differences observed among the samples
provides enough evidence to conclude that there are mean differences among the different
populations/variables
2)
Factor is th
CHAPTER 7
Probability and Samples: The Distribution of Sample Means
Zscore used to describe how any specific sample is related to all the other possible samples AND to
look up probability for obtaining certain samples
Sampling error: the natural discre
PSYCHOLOGY 210 EXAM 1
Descriptive statistics: describe and summarize data
Inferential statistics: to generalize/infer from a sample about a population
o Sample: subset of population to tell us about the entire population
o Specify a #: confidence/probabil
CHAPTER 13 Repeatedmeasures analysis of variance
Singlefactor indicates that the research study involves only one independent
variable
Independentmeasures indicates the study uses a separate sample for each of the
different treatment conditions bein
Revised due dates
Proposal rewrite (of the rough draft of proposal) is now due
Monday, October 10 by 4:00 p.m.
If your TA is working from paper copies hand in your revision
plus the hard copy of your first draft to the TAs mailbox.
If your TA is workin