Does own experience affect perception of others actions in capuchin monkeys?
In this experiment, monkeys were observed watching a human trying to open a
container. If the human did it in a similar fashion the monkey knew how to, it would
observe the human
Can bottlenose dolphins cooperate when solving a novel task?
Cooperative behavior has been seen before in many situations but it has been
proven difficult to demonstrate cooperative behavior among dolphins in a more
controlled setting. Six dolphins were p
Assignment #7 Name _
For the table below, fill in the missing sections for the Mean, Median, Mode, Range, and Standard
Deviation (1 point). When you finish, complete the questions that follow (1 point each question).
Condition 1
Condition 2
Condition 3
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Exam #1 Review
Introduction to social theory:
1. What was a necessary precursor to having social theory? When did the
necessary precursor emerge?
a. It was necessary to have an idea of either the social or culture
i. Social: A sphere of interaction separa
Gender Inequity in Professional Sports- Gender pay gap for
women athletes and media role
Feminist theory aims to understand gender inequality and focuses on
gender politics, power relations and sexuality. While providing a
critique of social relations, mu
Race and Sports:
1. Was there always a color barrier in baseball? Why was it implemented and
who was Jackie Robinson? Were Latino players able to play despite the color
barrier?
a. Baseball put up a color barrier to appease southerners in 1889
b. Jackie r
Introduction to Social Theory
1. What was a necessary precursor to having social theory? When did the
necessary precursor emerge?
2. Was Europe the first place to develop an idea of the social? What are some
other examples from outside of Europe? Yes, Chi
Denitsa Nikolova
Prof. Benjamin Smith
SYA 4011
March 31, 2016
The Inequalities of Sports-Female and male Athletes
Athletics is one of the extra-curriculum fields that have witnessed a high degree of
gender stereotype. Female have been highly discriminated
Foirn Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue Service
1040A U.S. Individual Income Tax Return {99] 2011 ins Use Only- Donoiwriie orstepiem this space
Your first name and initial Last name OMB No. 1545—00711
Your sociat security numaer
Michaell
Events similar to a railway expansion, a highway creation, resorts, and other forms
of real estate can often times create an increase in population in an area that was
once barren. However, there are other important events that can affect the change in
th
Top 10 Most Populated Counties in Florida, Including Lee and Collier
Counties; 2000 and 2010
In this study, ten of the most populated counties in Florida,
including Lee and Collier were examined for the year 2000 and 2010. The
main focal point of this res
Michaella Knight
Research Methods
Census 4
The purpose of this research was to compare and contrast population characteristics
by age and poverty amongst the Miami-Dade County subdivisions for Whites, Blacks,
and Latinos in 2013. The population characteri
Florida International University Social Theory SYA 4011 U01, Class # 83219 Fall 2012
Instructor: Dr. Sharon Placide Class Time: MWF 9.00-9.50 Classroom: SIPA 100 Contact Information: 305 348-6360, placides@fiu.edu Office: DM 233 Office Hours: By Appointme
Explanatory Variables in Logistic Regression
[explanatory_vars_in_logistic_regr.doc]
The following is based on Hosmer & Lemeshow, Applied Logistic Regression
Part I
1. Graphically & numerically describe the outcome var & potential explanatory vars.
2. Lis
Research Methods II
SYA 6306
Spring 2005
Dr. Richard Tardanico
http:/www.fiu.edu/~tardanic
Getting in touch
Richard.Tardanico@fiu.edu
Tel: 305/348-2247
Office hours: Wednesdays, 12:30am-1:30pm; or by appointment
Course web site: http:/www.fiu.edu/~tardani
Stata Survey Statistics
[stata_survey_stats_commands]
See UCLA/ATS, Stat 130 Class Notes, Survey Sampling for an introduction with
practice data; and see Levy & Lemeshow (1999), which is the principal source of the
following notes. Commands changed in Sta
Stata Practice
Lesson 1
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* Stata OLS Regression Example.doc: Here's an example of regression analysis in Stata. The
example uses the UCLA-ATS dataset hsb2.dta. If any of the commands don't work, download
them via Stata's findit command or via Help/STB & User-written Programs (whi
Logistic Regression in Stata
* Here's a description of how to do logistic regression, as well as ordinal & multinomial logit
regression, in Stata. The examples use the UCLA-ATS data set hsb2.dta. For logistic
regression, for the outcome variable use the d
Introduction to Regression Analysis with Stata
[stata_intro_regr]
1. Do graphical & numerical univariate summaries
2. Do bivariate graphical & numerical summaries, as follows:
mark complete
markout y x1 x2 x3 xcat1 xcat2
tab complete
Categorical vars
tab
Stata Assignments
[stata_assignments]
1. Estimates table
See view help estimates & view help est_table .
Estimates table is useful in comparing a set of regression models & for
displaying/printing the results in publishable form. (See view help outreg for
How to Convert Stata outreg output to Word Table
[stata_outreg_table]
(1) Do most of the text editing before converting the outreg output to Word.doc
table format
(2) Highlight outreg output to be converted
(3) Select Table on toolbar
(4) Click Convert te
Sample Size and Population Size
A large random sample almost always gives an estimate that is
close to the parameter.
What fundamentally matters for the variability of a
statistic from a random sample is the sample size, not the
population size: The varia
Making Working & Publication-style Tables in Stata
See also the courses documents Making Contingency Tables in Stata and Editing
Stata estab and outreg2 Tables in MS-Word.
Gary Klass, How to Construct Bad Charts and Graphs
http:/lilt.ilstu.edu/gmklass/pos
Making Working & Publication-style Tables in Stata
See also the courses documents Making Contingency Tables in Stata and Editing
Stata estab and outreg2 Tables in MS-Word.
Gary Klass, How to Construct Bad Charts and Graphs
http:/lilt.ilstu.edu/gmklass/pos
VII. Ordinal & Multinomial
Logit Models
To what degree do the dietary &
exercise habits of a sample of adults
predict whether they are in the low,
medium, or high-risk categories for
cardiovascular disease?
How well do the social traits of a sample
of hi
V. Regression Diagnostics
Regression
analysis assumes a
random sample of independent
observations on the same
individuals (i.e. units).
What are its other basic
assumptions? They all concern
the residuals (e):
(1) The mean of the probability
distributio