Sleep loss is related to weight gain
Sleep Loss is Related to Weight Gain
Madison A. Heil
University of San Francisco
Sleep loss is related to weight gain
Sleep deprivation and the America
Running header: The Ebola Virus Infecting West Africa
The Ebola Virus Infecting West Africa
Madison A. Heil
University of San Francisco
The Ebola Virus is Infecting West Africa
The Ebola virus has affect
Chapter 11 Simple ANOVA Practice Problem Ch. 11 #1
Poor
X - Mean
4
5
8
6
7
6
6
X - Mean Squared
-2
-1
2
0
1
0
a. Mean of each group?
Poor = 6
Average = 7.8
Good = 11
b. Sum of squares values?
Poor = 10
Average = 10.84
Go
Final Study Guide ESS 200_Fall 2014
Ch 1-2 Measurement Statistics and Research
Nominal, ordinal, interval, ratio data
Continuous vs Discrete Data
What is internal validity? External Validity? What factors increase and
Simple Analysis of Variance (ANOVA):
Comparing Means Among Three or More
Sets of Data
Chapter 11
ANOVA
ANOVA: Statistical technique used to determine whether
significant differences exist among means from three or more sets
of sample data.
F ratio = avg
Statistics in Kinesiology
Havenar
Homework 3
USA Todays Sleep Loss May Equal Weight Gain
Sleep loss is directly related to weight gain
Humans are recommended to get 8 hours of sleep every night
Most people only
Statistics for Kineseology
Havenar
Critiques:
The Scientific American Article is written 8 years after the USA Today article
Sleep deprivation is more common now that it was previously, so it doesnt make
sense that o
Chapter 16 Non Parametric Data
Chi Square (Two or More Classifications)_Problem #1 Ch 16
O
Boys
Girls
Total
N = 140
(62)(69)/140 = 30.6
(62)(71)/140 = 31.4
(69)(78)/140 = 36.4
(71)(78)/140 = 39.5
O
YES
E
27
35
62
E
27
35
42
36
O
30
T TEST
Chapter 10
Rationale
The t Test allows us to compare 2 means drawn from the
same population.
If means differ by an amount greater than would be
expected based on normal distributions then one of the
following must be true:
A) one or both of samp
Running Head: BMI and Sleep Deprivation
Introduction:
In America, body mass indexes, or BMI, are on the rise; many Americans are
overweight or obese. Because of this, there have recently been many different s