Ch. 10 Solutions
6.
8.
a.
b.
c.
H o: 3
H 1: < 3
Reject Ho if z < 1.645
1.77, found by
2.75 3.0
z
(1/ 50)
d.
e.
Reject Ho
p = 0.0384, found by (0.5000 0.4616). We conclude that the mean waiting time is less
than three minutes. When Ho is true, the probabil
Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
Lab Random Samples, and Single Sample Hypothesis Tests (z)
Data Set: Sample Survey.sav
Learning Objectives:
You already learned at the beginning of the course that when we take random samples f
Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
One Sample and Independent Samples t tests
Learning Objectives:
Running t tests
o One sample tests
o Independent sample tests
Interpreting the output
o Homogeneity of variance
o Significance
Co
Small Project Lab
Brief Overview
For this assignment, you will design a small project and write-up a short research report. The topics
will be limited to questions that arise from two prior studies. Descriptions of the studies and the data
sets that were
Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
Lab Session 3: z scores, sorting
Learning Objectives:
Finding your way around a large data set
o Many of the studies we read about in magazines, newspapers, and professional
journals involve ma
Lab 10: Differences among means
This lab is very similar in format to what you can expect on the lab exam at the end of
the term. This lab covers the t tests and ANOVA. The lab exam is cumulative, with a
concentration of material at the end of the course.
Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
Lab Introduction to SPSS
Learning Objectives:
Finding and starting SPSS; opening, saving, and closing files with SPSS on the lab
computers
SPSS Overview
o Types of files
o Types of operations (
Rutgers-Newark Fall 2015
Statistical Methods Test 1
Instructions for actual test: You may use 2 pages of notes (2 one-sided pages, or 1 two-sided page),
your unit normal (z) table, and a calculator. Use pen or pencil. Write neatly and visibly. You may not
Chapter 2
FREQUENCY TABLE- a grouping of qualitative data into mutually exclusive classes showing
the number of observations in each class
BAR CHART- a graph in which the classes are reported on the horizontal axis and the class
frequencies on the vertica
Chapter 1: What Is Statistics?
A.Why Study Statistics?
1. Numerical information is everywhere.
2. Statistical techniques are used to make decisions that affect our daily lives.
3. Knowledge of statistical methods will help you understand how decisions are
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Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
Lab Session 4: Consolidation: Descriptive Statistics
There are no individual SPSS procedures to run. Use the output from the Class Exercise to
answer the questions in the individual assignment
Rutgers University - Newark Spring 2016
Statistics for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
21.830.301.01: Syllabus
Faculty: Ellen Halpern, Ph.D.
Email: ellen.halpern@rutgers.edu
Phone: 908-361-3733 (text is best)
Office: Smith 304
Class Time/Location:
S
Oneway ANOVA
Reading graphs
Designs beyond t
ANOVA
Partitioning Variance
F-ratio
Effect Size
Post-Hoc tests
Planned Comparisons
Graphs and Oneway
ANOVA
Lecture 9: 1
Reading Graphs
Graphs are often used to illustrate
multiple means and more
complex des
Factorial ANOVA
Factorial designs
Effects
Main effects
Interactions
Partitioning Variance
Formulas for brief review ONLY
Definitional
Computational
F-ratio
Effect Size
Worked Example
Factorial ANOVA
Lecture 10: 1
Factorial ANOVA Example
Let us
Rutgers-Newark
Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
Test 3 Practice
Name: _
Part 1: Multiple Choice & True/False (points: 1 point each) CIRCLE your answer.
_
1. An analysis of variance produces SStotal = 40 and SSwithin = 10. For
Rutgers-Newark Statistical Methods Practice Test 2
You may use your calculator. You may use your 2 pages of notes you prepared, and your z and t tables.
Use pen or pencil. Write neatly and visibly. You may not use your cell phone or other multi-purpose el
Rutgers-Newark
Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
Test 3 Practice
Name: _
Part 1: Multiple Choice & True/False (points: 1 point each) CIRCLE your answer.
_
1. An analysis of variance produces SStotal = 40 and SSwithin = 10. For
Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
Lab 8 ANOVA: Oneway with Post Hoc tests, Factorial ANOVA
Learning Objectives:
Oneway ANOVA with Post Hoc Tests
Group Activity (Save results for later comparison!)
1. Data set: City Data Lab.sav
Practice test 1
Multiple Choice Anwers:
1. D
2. A
3. B
4. B
5. C: 2+33=35
6. C: 7+1=8
7. B (see answer to 5. compared to answer for 6
8. C
9. B
10. A (convert all the choices to z, then choose the choice with the largest z.
11. C
12. C (same procedure as
Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
Lab 9 ANOVA: Factorial ANOVA
Learning Objective:
Factorial ANOVA
Group Activity
1. Data set: Six City Data.sav
2. Factorial ANOVA
a. Select the Asian cities using the Select Cases command (from
Rutgers University - Newark Spring 2016
Statistics for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
21.830.301.01: Syllabus
Lab TA:
Shahram Peyvandi, shahram.peyvandi@rutgers.edu
Lab Requirement: Your Rutgers-Newark ID for printing; a flash drive or other method
Statistical Methods for the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
Lab Session 2: Descriptive Statistics
Learning Objectives:
Creating a new file in SPSS (entering data, saving the file)
Does SPSS treat your data as a population or a sample?
Statistical Proced
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Diana Gaviria
Price of Entree
1.
Group Statistics
STATE = 1 (FILTER)
Time 1: Price of Entree
N
Not Selected (PA)
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error Mean
77
.622889
.070985
321
Selected (NJ)
1.21506
1.34788
.646141
.036064
Independent Samples Test
Levene's Tes
Kathya Terrero
9/29/16
Lab #3
A) Sample survey
1.
This bar graph shows that the greatest family income falls in the category of 25,000 or more
which is then followed by 20,000 to 24,999. The graph also shows that it is somewhat easily
distributed from the
Rutgers-Newark Statistical Methods Test 1 Practice
On the actual test: You may use your calculator. Use pen or pencil. Write neatly and visibly. You may
not use your cell phone or other multi-purpose electronic device as a calculator; you may not share
ca
Kathya Terrero
9/22/2016
Lab#2
Part one
Statistics
What is your age today, in years?
N
Valid
26
Missing
0
Mean
22.38
Median
20.50
Mode
19
Std. Deviation
4.455
Variance
19.846
Range
17
Minimum
18
Maximum
35
Percentiles
25
19.00
50
20.50
75
24.50
What is yo
Stating the Null and Alternative Hypothesis
One mean (M) compared to a known population ( and known): z Test
Two-tailed test
H0: Experimental = Known
H1: Experimental Known
One-tailed test
H0: Experimental Known
H1: Experimental > Known
OR
H0: Experimenta
Statistics for Psychology
Using the Unit Normal Table
The Binomial Distribution
(might be skipping this not in this
lecture)
Inferential Statistics with
sample n=1 (an introduction)
The Distribution of Sample
Means
Standard Error
Probability about
Statistics for Psychology
Standardizing
Z-scores
Probability
Overview
Normal Distribution
Z scores & Probability
Lecture 3: 1
Raw Scores
Every measure has a scale
The scale includes
The meaning of each unit
The lowest possible score (if
there is