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Assignment 4 Single Sample Hypothesis Testing
This assignment focuses on single sample hypothesis testing (i.e., z-Test and t-Test). You should review
Chapter 7 of A Student Guide to SPSS" before trying to com
PSYC 218 Assignment 5 Single Sample Hypothesis Testing
This assignment focuses on single sample hypothesis testing (i.e., z test, Students single
sample t test). You should review Chapter 6 of the SPSS Guide before trying to complete this
assignment. Note
PSYC 218 Assignment 4 Sign Test
This assignment focuses on introducing you to hypothesis testing using the sign test. You
should review Chapter 4 of the SPSS Guide before trying to complete this assignment. Use the
SPSS file Assignment 4 data.sav to compl
Binomial Distribution:
1. a series of N trials
2. only two possible outcomes on each trial
3. mutually exclusive outcomes on each trial
4. independence between outcomes on each trial
5. prob . of each possible outcome on any trial staying constant from tr
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Assignment 1 Introduction to SPSS: Descriptive Statistics
This assignment will give you an opportunity to practice calculating and interpreting descriptive
statistics using SPSS. You should review Chapter 1 an
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PSYC 218 Assignment 2 Correlation
This assignment focuses on correlation. You should review Chapter 3 of the SPSS Guide before trying to
complete the assignment. Use the SPSS file 218 Survey Data TO POST.sav t
PSYC 218 MIDTERM 1 (40 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS)
Topic
Chapter
Frequency Distributions: Statistical Tables
and Graphs
2
7
3
Measures of Central Tendency and Scales of
Measurement
3
6
4
Measures of Variability: How Different are
the Observations?
4
7
3
Th
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Assignment 5 Students t Test for Correlated and Independent Groups
This assignment focuses on Students t test for correlated and independent groups. You should review
Chapter 7 of A Student Guide to SPSS" befo
Midterm 1 Practice Exam
1.
Marys percentile rank on a math exam was 60 while Sues percentile rank was 30 on the
same exam. We may say, therefore, that
a. Mary correctly answered twice as many items as Sue did.
b. Marys math achievement is double that of S
OPTIONAL COMPUTATIONAL EXERCISE FOR MIDTERM 2
PSYC 218 SECTIONS 005/006 2011-2012 TERM 2
PROFESSOR HALL
This exercise covers material in Chapters 8 11 of the Text. Answers are provided at the
end. Answers may be discussed at the optional review session to
Chapter 5:
The Normal Curve and
Standard Scores
A. The Normal Curve
important in the behavioural sciences
1. many variables are normally distributed
height, weight, intelligence, achievement
2. many statistical tests have sampling distributions
that bec
Psychology 218 Section 003 and 004
ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOURAL DATA
Dr. Linda Scratchley
Course Information
Section 3:
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 12:00 12:50 p.m. in AERL 120
Section 4:
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 1:00 1:50 p.m. in AERL 120
Website
OPTIONAL COMPUTATIONAL EXERCISE FOR MIDTERM 1
PSYC 218 SECTIONS 005/006 2011-2012 TERM 2
PROFESSOR HALL
This exercise covers material in Chapters 1 7 of the Text. Answers are provided at the
end. Answers may be discussed at the optional review session to
Assignment 1 Introduction to SPSS: Descriptive Statistics
This assignment will give you an opportunity to practice calculating and interpreting descriptive
statistics using SPSS. You should review Chapters 1 and 2 of A Student Guide to SPSS"
before trying
Descriptive and inferential
Descriptive Statistics: techniques used to describe or characterize data-> easily
digestible
Inferential Statistics: use of obtained sample data to make predictions about the
population
How did we acquire knowledge before sta
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 25
March 16, 2016
Announcements
Final exam details:
Time: April 14, 8:30-11:00 AM
Loca>on: Student Recrea>on Centre (SRC) C
Cumula>ve, focusing more strongly (40-50%
of ques>ons) on Ch. 13-15
For ge
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 15
February 10, 2016
Todays Topics
Wrap-up of Probability
Midterm 2 Informa;on & Review
Probability prac;ce
Variability in Y accounted for by X
SPSS Demo
2
Todays Topics
Wrap-up of Probability
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 27
March 21, 2016
*Please pick up a Table D handout from the front of room*
Announcements
Assignment 5 due Wednesday immediately
a3er class
Endas drop-in session:
Today, 3:00-4:30 PM in Kenny 2101
2
T
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 7
January 18, 2016
*Please pick up a handout from the front of the room*
Announcements
Assignment 1 is due at the beginning of class
on Wednesday
Bring a printout to class on 9me.
Warning: if you are la
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 16
February 22, 2016
*Please pick up a handout from the front of the room*
Announcements
Assignment 3 is due Wednesday at the
beginning of class
Bill has drop-in hours today from 11-1 in Kenny
2101
You
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 28
March 23, 2016
Todays Topics
Introduc1on to two-sample t-tests
Paired-samples t-test
Independent-samples t-test
Conduc1ng a paired-samples t-test
Paired-samples t-test from raw data
Eect size fo
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 9
January 25, 2016
A speaker from the community,
an individual suffering from
bipolar disorder and psychosis
will head an open Question &
Answer session about everyday
experiences with mental illness
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 23
March 9, 2016
*Pick up Table A and Table B handouts*
Todays Topics
Power Recap
Midterm 3 Review
Sign Test
z-Test
Raw vs. Sampling Distribu@ons
2
Power is equal to
A.
B.1-
C.
D.1-
3
P
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 13
February 3, 2016
*Please turn in Assignment 2 at the front of the room*
Todays Topics
Regression and Descrip2ve Sta2s2cs Wrap-Up
Sampling
Hypothesis Tes2ng and Randomness
Probability Basics
2
Todays T
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 8
January 20, 2016
*Please turn in Assignment 1 at the front of
the room*
Announcements
Instruc-ons for turning in late assignments are
posted on Connect
Memory Span CogLab is due Friday at
beginning of
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 21
March 4, 2016
*Please pick up a handout of Table A*
Todays Topics
Z-test
Cri2cal Values
The z-test, Step by Step
2
3
Are contestants on The Bachelore0e, as a
group, taller than the average North A
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 24
March 14, 2016
*Please pick up a Table D handout from the front of room*
2
Announcements
Tuesday: Assignment 5 will be posted
Wednesday: SPSS Demo for Assignment 5
Textbook p. 346-348 (TesHng the sig
Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 218
Lecture 19
Feb 29, 2016
Please pick up one box of Smarties.
DO NOT eat the Smarties yet!
Announcements
Assignment 4 will be posted on Connect by
tomorrow morning
Topic: Sign Test
In-Class SPSS Demo on Wednesday
LECTURE 1- D.K. HAMSON
PSYCHOLOGY 218
18th century (~1790); originally used to refer to the
systematic collection of data regarding states- such as
demographic characteristics.
Use broadened- concerned with the collection, summary
and analysis of data.
Correlation
Ch. 6 Psych 218-951
D.K. Hamson
Learning Objectives
Recognize linear relationships from a scatterplot; specify
the equation for a straight line; calculate slope and
intercept.
Define correlation coefficient and Pearson r; Calculate
Pearson r
Psych 218 Lecture 2
Learning Objectives:
Variability: understand and calculate standard
deviations using two different methods.
Z scores: understand their utility.
Area Under the Curve (AUC): what is it and
how can we use it to our advantage.
1
Variabi
Linear Regression
Ch. 7, Psych 218
D.K. Hamson
1
Intro: Linear Regression
Correlation- magnitude and direction of a relationship;
regression uses the relationship between 2 variables for
prediction.
Regression is the analysis of the relationship between