Psychology 100A
2013 Summer
Midterm 1: Answers with explanations
1. Consider the hypothesis test that compares the IQ scores of people who take a smart pill and people who do
not take a smart
pill. He
100 A Midterm Practice
Mean: The mathematical average, X =
X
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Median: The score on X at the 50th percentile, or the score that divides the sample in half
Mode: The most frequently observed score in a
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Final Exam Practice problems
1. True or False: ANOVA is a statistical measure adopted to analyze differences in group variances.
Not for differences in group variances, but for difference in
Correlation
Quantification of the linear relationship between
ANY two interval or ratio variables.
What is the relationship between:
IQ and GPA?
Calcium intake and bone density?
Measures of spiritua
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Psychology 100A Quiz 1
1) A psychologist plans to perform a statistical test. If the null hypothesis is true, the
probability that she will reject the null hypothesis is 0.05, and th
Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Edition
Susan A. Nolan
Thomas E. Heinzen
The PairedSamples
tTest
Chapter 9
pair of observations (compare sample
to sample  within groups st
Statisicks
2 branchs of statisticks
1)descriptive statisticks
organize,summarize, and communicative numerical information

a population is the complete set of things in which we are interested coul
Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 2 nd
Susan A. Nolan
Thomas E.
Edition
Heinzen
OneWayANOVA
Chapter11
RevisedbyJeffreyB.Henriques,Ph.D.
UniversityofWisconsinMadison
Essentials of S
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Final Exam Practice problems
1. True or False: ANOVA is a statistical measure adopted to analyze differences in group
variances.
2. True or False: If you do not have a significant interactio
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This document includes some of the important equations you should be familiar with. It is not an exhaustive
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Practice Problem 1way ANOVA
1. IV = Depressed individuals were randomly assigned to receive either rational emotive
behavioral therapy (REBT), cognitive therapy, psychoanalysis or no t
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Psychology 100A Quiz 1
Question 1 refers to the following population of observations: 1, 4, 5, 10
(1a) Calculate the mean of these observations. Please circle your final answer. (1 p
Chapter 13
Statistical Power
o Statistical Power is the probability of correctly rejecting the null hypothesis when
it is in fact false (Probability that we will support the alternative hypothesis)
o
Sampling Mean Distributions
Working with sample means
Often, were interested to know how a
sample of observations compares to the
broader population
Studies tend to be better received when done on
m
Hypothesis tests
Single sample Z
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Hypothesis tests
Single sample t
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Welcome!
UCLA Psychology 100A
Psychological Statistics
Zachary Moran, Ph.D., Instructor
Lauren Berkovits, M.A., Teaching Assistant
Frequently asked question so far:
Should I take your statistics class
Probability
An essential component of statistics
What is Probability
Due to ignorance about the true nature of
things
A means for making predictions given the
interaction between the limited knowledg
Quick Review
Oneway BetweenSubjects
ANOVA
Were looking to compare the means
of 3+ groups to see if there are any
differences amongst them.
Compare variability between the
groups (MSB/W) to the in
Where we are
Where we are going
Statistical analyses by number of sample groups
1  Single sample Z or t tests
2 T tests (dependent, independent)
3 or more ?
Analysis of variance
Between subjects (i
ANOVA
Between and within subjects
Suppose you are a cell phone designer, and you would like to test
four phone designs:
flat, flip, folded, and telescoping.
You're interested in whether there is a dif
Week 2 Lecture 8/15/2013
UCLA Psychology 100A
Psychological Statistics
Hypothesis Testing and
Single Sample ZTest
Descriptive and Inferential Statistics
What weve focused on mostly so far:
Your name: xiang chen
Your ID number: 004409052
1. Copy the frequency distribution (not the graph) for the interfere3 variable,
and paste it below.
2. Copy the bar graph (not the table) for the seve
important concepts
Score distributions
summarizing score distributions
Bar graphs, histograms, kernel density plots
Frequency distributions
Frequency, percentage, and cumulative percent
Distribution s
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