Chapter 10. One-Factor Between-Subjects Analysis of Variance
Name: Class: Date: From Kiess and Greens Statistical Concepts for the Behavioral Sciences, 4/e Assignment 10.1 For each of the following data sets, complete a between-subjects analysis of varian
Psych 100A Week 4 Discussion Notes
Dawn Chen October 23, 2009 Estimators vs. Estimates An estimator is a function of the sample scores used to estimate an unknown population parameter (e.g., to estimate the population mean, we could use the sample mean, m
Psych 100A Week 5 Discussion Notes
Dawn Chen October 30, 2009 Formulas and Procedures Goal Constructing a (1 ) 100% confidence interval for when is known Prerequisites The population scores are normally distributed or n is large Formula or Procedure Diagr
Psych 100A Week 7 Discussion Notes
Dawn Chen November 13, 2009 Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests for the Difference between Two Independent Means ( 1 2 ) when 1 , 2 are Known Conditions or Assumptions Goal Constructing a (1 ) 100% confidence inter
Psych 100A Week 8 Discussion Notes
Dawn Chen November 20, 2009 Correlation When it is impractical or unethical to manipulate one variable (e.g., gender, level of smoking) to see if it causes a change in another variable, we cannot determine if there is a
Psych 100A Week 9 Discussion Notes Part 1: The Chi-Square Test
November 27, 2009 Dawn Chen The chi-square ( 2 ) test is a statistical hypothesis testing procedure that is used for nominal data (i.e. when our data is the frequency of each of several catego
Psych 100A Week 9 Discussion Notes Part 2: The One-Factor Between-Subjects Analysis of Variance
November 27, 2009 Dawn Chen Remember that t-tests are used when we have only two groups of observations. When there are more groups, we usually use a family of
Psych 100A Week 10 Discussion Notes
Dawn Chen December 5, 2009 Two-Factor Between-Subjects ANOVA The two-factor between-subjects ANOVA is used when there are two independent variables, and each combination of the levels of the two IVs is given to (or poss
Psych 100A Week 3 Discussion Notes
Dawn Chen October 16, 2009 Probability Terms Probability: How likely an event is to occur Outcome: One possible way something could happen; a result of a random experiment Sample space: The set of all possible outcomes (
Psych 100A Week 2 Useful Formulas and Procedures
Dawn Chen October 9, 2009 Notation Population parameter Mean Standard deviation Variance Size of pop./sample Measures of Central Tendency Mean
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Psych 100A Week 1 Discussion Notes
Dawn Chen October 2, 2009 Information about the Section and Course The purpose of the discussion section is to clarify lecture material, answer student questions, and show how to solve problems. Podcasts for the course c
Psychology 100A Fall 2009 Homework set #1 Covering important concepts in Chapters 1-4 of Kiess. Kiess has more problems than Ive assigned. Try more of these problems if you want practice. (1) (Adapted from Kiess) Students learning the basic ballet positio
Psych 100 A Learning Goals for Exam 1
LEARNING GOALS FOR EXAM 1: Describing Data, Statistical Inference, Z-tests and One-Sample T-tests. I. DESCRIBING DATA
I-A. INTRODUCTION AND BASIC CONCEPTS. (Reading: Kiess Chapters 1 & 2) Learning statistics is like l
Psych 100A
< Learning Goals for Exam #2 >
1. Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing: the z Test and the One-Sample t Test (Chapter 8 of Kiess)
You should understand:
What hypothesis testing is. You should be able to define what the null hypothesi
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Correlation and Regression (Chapters 13 and 14 of Kiess)
You should understand:
What regression and correlation are, and be able to explain the meaning of slope, intercept, and correlation coefficient. When to use regression and when correlation, and
You may be wondering why we claim that we reject H 0 in a two-tailed test with significance level and the (1 ) 100% confidence interval does not contain 0 (or D0 ) are equivalent statements. Here is an algebraic proof that the two statements are the same:
Aggression, Altruism, & Moral Development
Difference between physical aggression & rough & tumble play
Strength & type of blows facial expressions presence or absence of laughter or angry words presence or absence of crowd watching presence or absence of
Psych 100A Final Review Session Notes
Dawn Chen December 8, 2009 How to Decide What Type of Hypothesis Test to Use Test One-sample z-test When to use this test You want to compare the scores in your sample to the population average ( ), and is known
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Important pointers for final
The learning goals/study guide for the third part of the class has been uploaded in the course webpage. The final is cumulative with most emphasis on materials after second midterm (Lectures 13-17) and least emphasis on the ma