HISTOGRAMS AND DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
Histograms and Descriptive Statistics
Alyssa Joyce
Capella University- PSY 7620
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HISTOGRAMS AND DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
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Section 1: Histograms and Visual Interpretation
Histograms are used to show frequencies of a ra
CORRELATION_ APPLICATION
Step 1: Write Section 1 of the DAA.
Provide a context of the grades.sav data set. Include a definition of
the specified variables and corresponding scales of measurement.
Indicate the type of correlation for each X, Y pair (e.g.,
Running Head: DAA
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Data Analysis and Application (DAA)
Tia Dickerson
Capella University
September 5, 2015
Running Head: DAA
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Data Analysis and Application (DAA) Template
This study wants to determine if is there a significant difference in p
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SPSS Data Analysis Report Guidelines
For the SPSS Data Analysis Report assignments in units 6, 8, and 10, you will use the Data Analysis and
Application (DAA Template) with five sections described below. As shown in the DAA Template, label
all table
ANOVA
We are often confronted with a need to compare the means of more than two groups. We may also
need to compare more than two scores among a sample of participants. ANOVA (ANalysis Of VAariance)
is a technique designed to address such questions.
One m
U6A1 1
The Effectiveness of WAIS-IV as a Measurement Tool across Cultures
U6A1/Outline
Shawn Wilson
Counseling Psychology Specialization
PSY7610/Tests & Measurements
Fall 2008
Dr. Suzie Manning
Outline
Research Question: Does WAIS-IV effectively accommoda
Unit 4 Assignment
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Unit 4 Assignment
Hope Bazille
Capella University
Unit 4 Assignment
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Unit 4 Assignment 1 Answer Template
The following assignment includes three sections, consisting of:
1. z scores in SPSS.
2. case studies of Type I and Type II error
Unit 3 Assignment 1 SPSS Walkthrough
IBM SPSS Step-by-Step Guide: Histograms and
Descriptive Statistics
Note: This guide is an example of creating histograms and descriptive statistics in SPSS with
the grades.sav file. The variables shown in this guide do
Data Set Instructions Unit 3
Your SPSS Data Set
The grades.sav file is a sample SPSS data set from the George and Mallery text. The fictional
data represent a teachers recording of student demographics and performance on quizzes
and a final exam across th
A meta-analysis (Anderson & Bushman, 2001) reported that the average correlation between
time spent playing video games ( X) and engaging in aggressive behavior ( Y) in a set of 21
well-controlled experimental studies was 19. This correlation was judged t
1. What parts of the Personalized Learning Overview were confusing for you?
After reading the Personalized Learning Overview, I feel it is pretty straightforward and
clear. This is my second course at Capella, but my previous course did use the traditiona
Compare and contrast these early views on motivation.
There are three main historical views of motivation, which are the drive
theory, condition theory, and cognitive consistency theory.
The drive theory is about the need for surviving when a person is th
If "correlation does not imply causation," what does it imply?
In simple terms, it means that even though two variables are related or connected in some way,
it does not mean that on caused the other variable. For example, if A and B happens, it means
tha
How do the major components of the two-store memory modelattention, perception,
STM or WM, and LTMinfluence the cognitive information processing system? Based on
your experience, categorize the major factors that we use to encode and retrieve
information
For this discussion, answer the following questions:
What is a null hypothesis?
Null hypothesis is when there there are no significant difference in the specified population, or
that is observed because of error in sampling or in the experiment (Warner, 2
What are the goals of data screening? How can you identify and remedy the following?
The goals of data screening is primarily to make sure that there are no errors in the data, meaning
that they need to make sure that there are no problem with their data,
For this discussion:
Define the term confidence interval (CI).
The term confidence interval or CI is used in statistics to describe a degree of uncertainty that is
associated with a sample. It a range of values that are both higher and lower than the samp
Validity is an important tool for developing test, surveys, and assessments. It makes sure that the
measurements tools are precisely measuring what they were meant to measure, so the results will
be reliable and can be applied to the real world (Salkind,
Unit 3 Assignment
Hope Bazille
Capella University
Section 1
Interpretation of the data:
There are advantages and disadvantages of using a histogram to analyze data. The advantages
are that it provides an excellent visual representation of the data and it