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Homework #10: 3 versions of the t-test
1) Name 3 alternative names for the repeated measures t-test
2) Explain how the repeated measures t-test is a modified one sample t test.
3) What are the advantage
Z TESTS AND STANDARD
ERROR OF THE MEAN
LAB INSTRUCTOR: GENA STEWART
Z SCORE REFRESHER
Z scores (standard scores) were last used when only ONE PERSON made up the sample to:
determine the individual ranking of a score (e.g. If John got a 75 on
Homework #8: Standard Error of the Mean
and the Z test
Reminder: Report all inferential statistics in proper statistical reporting format.
Example: z(Df)=Z obtained p < > alpha
1) We have learned two inferential statistics at this point of the semes
Homework #6 and 7: Hypothesis Testing and the sign test
1. Name two ways to increase the statistical power of an experiment. Explain how each increases the probability of detecting a real effect of the independent variable.
2. The dia
Homework #5: Probability and binomial variables
1) Define the term binomial variable. Provide 3 example of binomial variables.
2) A student has received the following homework grades after 6 homeworks have been assigned. [52 90 61 33
24 80]. Is this varia
Homework #2: Graphing, Central Tendency, and
For each of the following, indicate what type (scale) of measurement is being described.
The heights of all the children in a third grade class.
A psychologist has a sample of ten people,
Homework #4: Linear Regression
1. For each of the data sets displayed to the
right, determine if a linear regression
analysis could be used to make realistic
(accurate) predictions of Y, given a specific
value of X, and explain how yo
Homework #3: Z-Scores and Correlation
1. An experimental psychologist interested in the relationship between alcohol consumption and memory
conducts a survey of 213 students in his cognitive psychology course. He asks them to report their
consumption of a
Psychological and Developmental Disorders of Childhood
Professor Natalie Medina-Minton
Mon from 630 - 930
Extra Credit Assignment #2
Instructions: Below are 3 open-ended questions. Question1 and 2 are worth .5 points to total 1 point and
December 20, 2016
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
What is Fetal alcohol syndrome? Exposure to alcohol before birth can cause a variety of
different problems. One of the most severe effects of drinking during pregnancy is fetal alcohol
Journal Entry # 4
I am a female who was born in Ecuador. I am Hispanic/Latina. Ecuador took its name
from the Spanish word for the equator, which crosses the entire northern sector. Spanish is the
official Ecuadorian language
Journal Entry # 3
Imagine this scenario. You are sitting down to take an important exam, perhaps a college
entrance exam. You have spent years preparing for this moment and you hope all your studying
will pay off over these n
Running head: INDUSTRY VS. INFERIORITY
Denise C. Pera
Industry vs. Inferiority
The fourth stage of Erik Ericksons theory of psychosocial development is Industry
versus Inferiority. This stage occurs during childhood betw
Presentation for Experimental Psych
o Basic bullet point format
o Overall topic/findings and general questions
Specific hypotheses (how the numbers will play out for each IV and DV)
o Location (picture of BC)
o Have screenshot of scor
To: Robert Balun (Financial Advisor for CCNY)
From: Usman Arshad (Electrical Engineer)
Subject: Implementing ways to reduce energy consumption cost and to preserve the environment
The purpose of this memo is to inform you of the numerous ste
Magnetic Levitation or Maglev is uprising technology in coming future.
Superconductors are used to levitate Maglev train and other kind of levitation through
magnetic field. When a Type II supe
Extra Credit Assignment
This paper is a step by step manual on how to set up the Wi-Fi on your Samsung LED TV
and install the basic start up apps. Samsung has divided thes
Psych Paper 3 Project
IV #1: Gender of Presenter 4 phrases and photos
Level: Male vs Female
IV #2: Type of Statement
Level: Vague vs Specific language to express themselves
Hypothesis 1: Participants will have a
Emily Antico, Mariam Mushailov, Bernarda Pupovic, Shawn Varghese
On a scale of 1-10, please rate how likely you
are to believe this doctor.
Please press the space bar when you are
1 being the least likely and 10 being the most.
The experiment was conducted on a MacBook Pro with 13 inch display running Microsoft
Powerpoint 2010. A rating answer sheet using a 1-10 rating system was given to each
Each slide presented contained 2 stimuli (a picture of a doctor a
Paper 3 Rubric
One sentence each for intro, background, methods, results, discussion
The goal of the introduction is to put the research into a broader context, and then narrow the
focus to describe the specific research aims.
What matters more?
Whats being said
or who said it?
Emily Antico, Mariam Mushailov, Bernarda Pupovic, and Shawn Varghese
Do we see biases in
authority between male
Gender and the Evaluation of Leaders: A MetaAnalysis
Alice H. Eagty