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Psychology 201F
Practice Questions (Answers)
Put you name on the top of each page. Answer all questions. Show all of your work. Below are
some formulas that you might want to use.
The binomial formula is
Aids: Calculator.
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1. (30 points). F
Chapter 1: A variable is a characteristic or condition that can change or take on different values. Discrete Variables -> indivisible categories. Obtained by
counting Eg. number of students in class. Continuous Variables -> infinitely divisible. Obtained
PSY201 Test 1 Answer Key
Professor Carlson
Page 1 of 7
Multiple Choice (3 points each)
3 points were awarded for each correct multiple choice answer. Correct answers are in
red below.
1. A researcher is interested in the sleeping habits of university stud
Tutorial 10 your last tutorial!
The goal of this tutorial is to help you better understand the F distribution and how to run
an ANOVA. Unless specified, assume alpha .05, assume normal distributions and equal
variances. Also report all answers to three de
Instructions
This handout provides instructions on how to complete the tutorial. It also lists the
questions you will be asked on Blackboard. To receive credit for this assignment, you
must submit your answers in Blackboard (see Tutorial 1). You may (and
PSY201 Test 2
Professor Carlson
November 7th 2016
3-5pm
Please note: The questions are the same for Form A and form B, but the order is different.
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Multiple Choice (3 points each)
The order of these questions is different for Form A than for Form B.
Plea
PSY201 Test 3
ANSWER KEY
Professor Erika Carlson
Only your final answers will be marked, so make sure this answer is provided in the correct location.
Make sure your answers are provided up to three decimal places.
Unless otherwise specified, assume = .05