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Psychology Department
Introduction to Statistics in Psychology
PSYC 2002 Section B (CRN 11412)* and PSYC 2002 Section V (CRN 11352)
(*cross-listed
PSYC 2002 B & V Final Exam
Carleton University / Logan
Not all questions below correspond to material covered in the Winter 2011 version of PSYC 2002
Instructions
indicate your answer on the scantron
PSYC/2002A, Fall 2015
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Professor B. Campbell
PSYC2002A: INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS IN PSYCHOLOGY
Fall, 2015
W F 1:05 p.m 2:25 p.m.
AT 102
Teaching Assistants:
See CULearn
Instructor: Bernadette Campb
Review of Basic Statistical Concepts
Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
_ 1.
A researcher is interested in the eating behavior
Readings
PSYC 2002
Introduction to statistics in
psychology
Hypothesis testing with two sample
means 2
OT pp. 406-411 (The independentsamples t test)
Winter 2017
W-8
1
Outline: Hypothesis tests with
Within-groups ANOVA
PSYC 2002
Introduction to statistics in
psychology
Winter 2017
W-10
logic of within-groups ANOVA
calculation of within-groups ANOVA
components
hypothesis testing using withingroups
Analysis of variance (ANOVA)
PSYC 2002
Introduction to statistics in
psychology
Winter 2017
W-9
1
2
Introduction to ANOVA: Comparing
group means
analysis of variance (ANOVA) is a
procedure for compar
Psychology 2002
Introduction to Statistics in Psychology
DISPLAYING DATA
Review from last week
Samples and populations
Parameters vs. statistics
Sampling error
Experimental, correlational and quas
30t Bank for How Children Develop 3rd Edition
Which of the following statements does NOT express a benefit of structured observation?
1. The researcher can design the context to elicit the behavior o
According to the text, what is NOT a reason stated for studying child development?
1.
2.
3.
4.
help in the raising of children
proving or disproving certain child psychologists' theories
understandin
Today: Nov.29.2015
Climate March in Ottawa , to protest climate
march
Peoples Climate March 2014
New york
One of the thing that environmental activist are
demanding today is the conservation of tro
Global Region: Latin America & the Caribbeans (sept 27)
1. Three causes and effects of Latin Americas and the Caribbean's global
connections:
a. Nature as economy
b. Mega-Events
c. The drug trade
1. N
Today: L
atin America and the Caribbean
(Sept.29)
D. Environmental activism
Brazils grassroots environmental movements
Chico Mendes
The global environmental movement
.Protecting the forests
Bra
PSYC 2002
Introduction to statistics in
psychology
Winter 2015
Week 1
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Outline for this weeks classes
review course outline
introduction to statistics
rationale for statistics
basic types of statisti
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Introduction to Statistics in Psychology (PSYC 2002F)
Winter 2016
Department of Psychology, Carleton University
Class Time and Location:
Thursdays, 11:35 a.m. to 2:25 p.m.
MC 2000
Instructor Informa
Chapter 12
Introductio
n to Analysi
s of
Variance
1
Learning Outcomes
1
Explain purpose and logic of Analysis of
Variance
2
Perform Analysis of Variance on data from
single-factor study
3
Know when
Chapter 9
Introduction to
the t Statistic
Learning Outcomes
1
Know when to use t statistic instead of zscore hypothesis test
2
Perform hypothesis test with t-statistics
3
Evaluate effect size by co
Chapter 11
The t-Test for
Two Related Samples
1
Learning Outcomes
1
Understand the structure of research study
appropriate for repeated-measures t hypothesis
test
2
Test mean difference between two
Chapter 10
The t Test for Two
Independent Samples
1
Learning Outcomes
1
Understand structure of research study
appropriate for independent-measures t
hypothesis test
2
Test difference between two po
Chapter 13
Repeated-Measures and
Two-Factor Analysis of Variance
Chapter 13 Learning
Outcomes
1
Understand logic of repeated-measures
ANOVA study
2
Compute repeated-measures ANOVA to
evaluate mean d
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PSYC 2002A/V
PRACTICE EXAM
1.Which of the following is a fundamental difference between the t statistic and a z-score?
a. The t statistic uses the sample mean in place of the population mean.
b. The
In analysis of variance, an independent variable is called a
factor
What is the formula for between treatment dfbtw
k-1
A repeated-measures analysis of variance produces: SStotal=40 SSwihtin=10 for
th
independent-measures or between-subjects research design
A research design that uses a separate group of participants for each treatment condition (or, for each population)
Hypothesis for independent
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Assignment #2
Due: March 10 IN CLASS
Please include your name and student number at the top of your assignment
About assignments:
1. Turn in assignments at the start of the class (after class is lat
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PSYC 2002: Final Practice Exam
1. A two-factor experimental study means that the study has:
a) 2 independent variables
b) 2 dependent variables
c) 2 groups of participants
d) an interaction between
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Assignment #1
Due: Tuesday, February 10 @ 6pm (FIRM!)
Please include your name and student number at the top of your assignment
About assignments:
1. Turn in assignments at the start of the class (a
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PSYC 2002
Mock Midterm II
1. A distribution of sample means can best be described as:
a) a distribution of all the scores in your sample
b) a distribution representing the sample means of every poss
Running Head: THE EFFECT OF WORD FREQUENCY ON ACCURACY OF WORD RECOGNITON
The Effect of Word Frequency on Accuracy of Word Recognition
Alanna Barzo
Carleton University
THE EFFECT OF WORD FREQUENCY ON