1. For each of the following situations, identify the measure of central tendency (mean, median, or mode) that
would provide the best description of the average score. Explain your reasoning.
a. A researcher asks each individual in
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Between groups: score= mean +effect of group + error (no person because only 1 observation per person,
cant get a sense of variation. But when 2 observations can subtract and see the difference to look for
Within groups design: score = mean
2.1 Z-scores and the Normal Distribution
What a z-score is and what is it used for? Why you divide deviation by the SD, and what the resulting unit is of the z?
Z-score is the number of SDs from the mean. We can use a z-score to calculate probability of a
Analysis of Variance
What procedure is used for evaluating hypotheses about means of
more than two samples?
What are pairwise and complex null hypotheses?
What are two reasons to prefer ANOVA instead of multiple t
z-statistic vs. t-statistic
hypothesis testing with
The family of t distributions
The t distribution in relation to the normal curve
Hypothesis testing with the t-statistic
Probability values from a t distribution
Statistical Analysis Results for Final Exam
The data for this analysis comes from a study that sought to determine whether playing violent
video games (e.g., first-person shooter games) influence aggressive behavior in younger
children. Thirty children we
How is a tabular frequency distribution constructed?
What are class intervals and what role do they play in
the development of grouped frequency distributions?
What are two graphical methods of representing
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