Quiz 11 Questions
1. With five groups, there are 10 comparisons among means, meaning you have 10
chances to make a type 1 error. Even if the population means were the same, the
probability is well over 0.05 that at least one comparison would be significan

1. Normative ethics is the attempt to provide a general theory that tells us how we ought
to live. Unlike metaethics, normative ethics does not attempt to tell us what moral
properties are, and unlike applied ethics, it does not attempt to tell us what sp

Quiz 1 Questions:
1. For the first statement, the manner of defining ethics is flawed because the response is based
on individualism; this is wrong because this person is describing morals, whereas ethics is
externally based, meaning that it is rules set

Quiz 4 Questions
1.
2. c) Both the probability and the magnitude of foreseeable risks to participants. There are
almost always risks in an experiment (even if it is minimal). Not all experiments have
only minimal risk, so all risks have to be stated, incl

1. minimal risk means that the probability and magnitude of harm or discomfort
anticipated in the research are not greater in and of themselves than those ordinarily
encountered in daily life or during the performance of routine physical or psychological

Quiz 3 Questions
1. The first argument would be that compensation is not warranted because that would
influence someone's decision to participate in a study. If someone needs money, such as a
homeless person, that person will be more inclined to do the st

1.The effect of the device on the body, for example. Local effect which means the effect
does not extend beyond the area where the device is applied. Systemic effect indicates
that the device affects areas beyond the specific area of application (such as

1. A population has a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 6. (a) What are the mean
and standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the mean for N = 16? (b) What are
the mean and standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the mean for N =

1. Name three important characteristics of a hypothesis.
2. Online Statistics: An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study: Chapter 1
exercises 1 and 2
3. Online Statistics: An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study: Chapter 2 exercises
6 and 9
1. It must b

11. Alpha sets the standard for how extreme the data must be before we can reject the
null hypothesis. The p-value indicates how extreme the data are. We compare the p-value
with the alpha to determine whether the observed data are statistically significa