PSYC 2021 - Exam 1 Notes
Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics
Statistics and Common Sense
Common sense can outperform statistics in several ways such as recognizing patterns
(handwriting, human langu
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Chapter 18: Chi-Square Tests
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1.
Which of the following is a characteristic of a nonparametric test?
A. A numerical score is required for each individual.
B. The hypotheses concern populatio
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Measures of Central Tendency and Variation
1. Given the following set o
Correlation and Regression
What is Correlation?
The Pearson Correlation
Other Measures of Correlation
Regression
What is Correlation?
A technique used to describe the relationship
between two variable
Chi-Square Statistics (2)
Parametric vs. Nonparametric Tests
Goodness of Fit Test
Test for Independence
Effect Size
Parametric vs. Nonparametric Tests
Parametric Tests
Test hypotheses about population
-t-tests with two samples
Two sample resarch design
Independent measure
design
2 completely separate
sets of individuals, each
representing either two
groups of people or two
different experimental
c
The Distribution of Sample
Means
review
Zscoresclosetozeroindicatethatthesample
meaninrealtivelyclosetotepopulationmean
Zscoresbeyond2representextremevaluesthat
arequitedifferentfromthepopulationmean
Basic concepts in
probability
Probability
Allows us to determine the types of
samples that are likely to be drawn
from a certain population
Sample -> inferential statistics ->
population
Population -
Z-scores
Z-score or standard score
A statistical techniques that uses the
mean and the standard deviation to
transform each score (X) into a z-score
Why z-scores are useful?
Raw Scores
Raw Scores - B
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Statistical Methods
Preliminary Concepts
Variables
Population vs sample
Levels of measurement
Types of research designs
Variables
Variable Characteristics of objec
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11-1
Multiple Choice
1) Applied research
a) examines the basic laws of human behavior
b) is just as likely to occur in the laboratory
Z-Scores: Location of Scores and Standardized Distributions
A Z-score specifies the precise location of each X value within a distribution. The sign of the zscore (+ or -) signifies whether the score
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Introduction to the
Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics
1. a. The population is the entire set of adolescent boys who are taking medication for
depression.
b. The sample is the group of 30 boys who were tested in the s
Chapter 4: Variability
1.
a. SS is the sum of squared deviation scores.
b. Variance is the mean squared deviation.
c. Standard deviation is the square root of the variance. It provides a measure of th
Chapter 16: Correlation
Student: _
1.
A positive value for a correlation indicates _.
A. increases in X tend to be accompanied by increases in Y
B. increases in X tend to be accompanied by decreases i
Independent-Measures ANOVA
What is ANOVA (Analysis of Variance)?
Logic Behind ANOVA
Notation and Formulas
Example of Hypothesis Test using ANOVA
What is ANOVA?
An inferential statistic
A hypothesis te
Repeated-Measures ANOVA
Post Hoc Tests for Independent-Measures
Underlying Logic
Notation and Formulas
Hypothesis Test Example
Post Hoc Tests for Repeated-Measures
What are Post Hoc Tests?
Additional
Estimation
What is Estimation?
Estimation with the t Statistic
How do we Pick the Value of t?
An Example of Applying Estimation
What is Estimation?
An inferential statistic
A technique used to estimat
Chi-Square Statistics (2)
Goodness of Fit Test
Test for Independence
Effect Size
2 Goodness of Fit Test
Nonparametric equivalent of the single-sample t-test
Hypothesis test that uses proportions from
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CHAPTER 5
Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive, And Related Disorders
Definitions
Fear the central nervous systems physiological and emotional response to
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CHAPTER 4
Clinical Assessment, Diagnosis And Treatment
Definitions
Idiographic Understanding an understanding of behaviour of a particular individua
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1.According to social psychological theory and research, why do people join groups and
why do they sometimes leave groups?
2.Contrast social identity theory and uncertainty-identity th
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CHAPTER 3
Models of Abnormality
Definitions
Model a set of assumptions and concepts that help scientists explain and interpret observations; aka
par
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CHAPTER 6
Stress Disorders
Definitions
Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) network of nerve fibers that connect the CNS to all other organs of
the body
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